Windows 10 Privacy Concerns

On July 29 Microsoft released its newest family member – Windows 10. Over the past few days it has been largely welcomed by critics and end users alike. Despite the many improvements and optimisations over it’s predecessor, users should be aware that by default, Windows 10 invades their privacy on a serious scale. A look at Microsoft’s Privacy Statement, which every Windows 10 user agrees to, reveals the following terms: […] Microsoft collects information about your use of the software and services as well as about the devices and networks on which they operate. Examples of data we may collect include your name, email address, preferences and interests; location, browsing, search and file history; phone call […]