Privacy on Windows 10 called into question
Privacy has been a touchy subject for the last couple of years. Between Edward Snowden’s revelations, challenges with large tech companies like Google, and social media spilling information to companies left and right, parts of the general public and privacy rights advocates have been very aggressive with their attacks on privacy. The latest target: Microsoft and their Windows 10 update.
There have been alleged breaches popping up ever since the updates started rolling out this month. According to the Inquirer:
Microsoft purrs that you’re completely in control: “Customers can always turn Cortana off, putting the customer in control of Cortana. Information that customers choose to provide Cortana is stored locally on the device and uploaded to Microsoft’s servers.
Read more on the Inquirer.