Microsoft sets out stall on privacy but admits there’s more to do

September 29, 2015

Via: itCurated

MICROSOFT HAS SPOKEN out about its oft-criticised privacy policies, particularly those in the newly released Windows 10, which have provoked a spike in Bacofoil sales over its data collection policies.

The company announced a new and simplified privacy policy earlier this year designed to cover all its products, from Word to Skype to that search engine no-one uses. Ask Bing, or something.

So Windows supremo Terry Myerson laid out his stall in a blog post on Monday on how data collection was being used, and not used, and why it is necessary.

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