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Microsoft has been criticized for its Windows 10 data collection practices, and the French National Data Protection Commission (CNIL) recently served the company a formal notice to stop collecting excessive user data. As a result, Creators Update addressed these concerns, and CNIL closed the formal notice last week.

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A Facebook privacy settings hoax that has been around since at least 2012 has resurfaced, claiming that private photographs and messages are going to be made public. The message urges Facebook users to copy and paste a warning to their walls to protect their private photos and messages. The text reads: Read More

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The headlines scream: “Microsoft’s Windows 10 is a privacy nightmare,” “Windows 10: Privacy Nightmare and Known Solutions.” Even TechRepublic got in on the promotion of fear, uncertainty, and doubt (FUD) in the early going: “Windows 10 violates your privacy by default, here’s how you can protect yourself.” Windows 10 default privacy settings do not grant […]

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