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#7 - ****, forgot to log in again. Commenting so that it's easier t…  [+] (9 new replies) 08/01/2015 on Windows 10 spying on you +1
#60 - anon (08/02/2015) [-]
Problem is that it SPECIFICALLY states MICROSOFT AND ITS TRUSTED PARTNERS , I'm doubting your credentials if you think wording like that is acceptable and or required for advancement of the end user
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#28 - infernis (08/01/2015) [-]
> I'm more concerned with how much access law-enforcement/government will have

But why? You have nothing to fear if you've nothing to hide, governments care about you as a person and your rights just as much as Microsoft does Namely: not at all . They would never abuse your data for any reason, they just collect it to... ensure your safety, which in the end helps lawful citizens. :^)
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#86 - jozvan (08/02/2015) [-]
Hold the fuck up. Even if not doing anything illegal, why on earth would you like for someone else to be able to see what are you searching or typing on your pc? Would you show, if for example, you had your diary on your pc to me or any other stranger? To share your intimate thoughts or such so easily?
Same goes about search history and everything else. There is no fucking need for anyone, apart yourself, to have access to it.
If data is collected, and for example, you purchase something on some website, and your pin and bank account details are logged by M$, and then someone steals data from M$, dont come crying back. And someone will eventually break into their shit, there is no ''perfect'' or ''unbreakable'' databases. Just look up Stuxnet if you think otherwise.
And M$ having that much data, from that many users, its very lucrative...someone, somewhere, will pay good money to get their hands on that data. Time will show.

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#87 - infernis (08/02/2015) [-]
I was being sarcastic in response to the other guy who said he's not okay with the government having his data but trusts Microsoft to use it responsibly.

It's a bunch of horseshit and the main reason I won't upgrade to Windows 10.
Yes, I do have something to hide, what're you gonna do, government?
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#89 - jozvan (08/02/2015) [-]
Sorry, didnt realize that you were sarcastic. Im not some conspiracy theory nut, at today connectivity its near damn impossible to hide anything after all.
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#90 - infernis (08/02/2015) [-]
You're right, though.
Wonder why Microsoft is so eager to make everyone upgrade their OS as fast as possible for free? Because we (or rather, our data) is the product being sold, it's not the OS, it's us.
I value my privacy higher than some gimmicky AI named after a computer game and DirectX 12, but that's just me.
#206 - anon (08/02/2015) [-]
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**anonymous rolls 0,877,450** No. It is because MS want to collect cash like Google and Apple - throught their app store. Win10 is not free. It's free upgrade. If you don't have any Win7 or Win8 you have to buy Win10.

As for automatic updates:
From my observation Avarage Joe ain't know shit bout updates. Do you realise how often i see PC with them turn off? It makes them more insecure. They don't have any AV on their PC , so deafault anit malvare is something OK i am with.

"Diagnostic" Data is gatherd to feed up Cortana. I belive the same data is gatherd by Apple to feed Siri and same goes with Google with their "Google Now!"

Your wifi passwords are stored and unecrypted in your Google accout.
iPhone offer NO real protection if someone is trynig to get your info from it. Third party company have tools to get all info from it.

Emails are scanned by MD5 file checks for CP.

For claryfication i am not OK with this. I would like to know for real if my private files are scanned or not.

You are using internet A.D. 2015. You already sold your data soul to satan buisness.
#30 - chupavisor (08/01/2015) [-]
I'm largely of this belief as well, but with the exception that Microsoft doesn't have an army and the government does.

With our current government I don't really care what they know about me, but if the wrong administration got in power and had the same information that the previous one had, then they know who to target to elimination competition.

I'm not one to jump to NAZI'S ARE BAD, but take the case of Austria pre-WWII. The Austrian people actually cheered that they were being brought into the 3rd Reich.

Then the Nazi's did something interesting.
1.) Had all residents register their firearms with their local new government branch. The argument was that this would make crime easier to track (if there is a murder they can track bullet casings, etc.)

2.) Waiting some time for people to register their firearms peacefully ("this is a great way to cut down on crime)

3.) Recalled all weapons with threat of force. They were able to disarm the populace because they knew who had weapons from the registry.

Am I saying that something like this is going to happen? Not really, but there's an inherent notion of trust when working with a company that you can stop funding (unlike taxes) and doesn't have an army, than providing the same information to the government.
#14 - wilicious (08/01/2015) [-]
My take on this: I understand that companies want this information and that it's really handy for them. The problem is when it's on by default (which can hurt less tech-savvy users), and it's hard to turn off (also bad for less tech-savvy people).

Ideally, all sharing would be turned off, and when you installed W10 they'd ask you if you'd want to turn it on, and explain in depth what the alternatives do, if people won't bother to read it, there's no harm done as everything is off by default.
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