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Apparently, Microsoft can ‘scroogle’ your privacy whenever it wants

21
Mar
2014

Even though it bashed Google a number of times in ads for the way the Search giant is monetizing its services by accessing personal information from users to deliver better targeted ads, it turns out that Microsoft can equally “scroogle” one’s privacy if it wants to. Or at least it was able to do so in the past, as the company is now planning certain changes to further guard the privacy of users. Earlier this week, a former Microsoft employee was arrested and charged with theft of trade secrets, after the company determined he was responsible for a number of Windows-related leaks in the past. However, to determine the identity of the leaker, CNET reveals, Microsoft actually looked through the

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