Windows 10 hädas kasutaja privaatsuse hoidmisega

Vaikimisi seadistustega Windows 10 on kui lekkiv sõel, kandmas keelt oma kasutaja kohta. Nüüd aga selgub, et ega ka tasulise versiooni kasutaja elu pole sugugi turvalisem, sest isegi välja pakutud nupukesi keerates käib operatsioonisüsteem ikkagi salamahti Microsofti poole midagi üles saatmas. Tegemist pole iseenesest uudse teemaga, sest ka Google kipub sarnast ideoloogiat oma teenuste ja seadmete juures kasutama, kuid sellest ärimudeli loomine ja kasutaja tootestamine on veel mõnevõrra ootamatu lihtlabase Windowsi uuenduse näol. Seetõttu polegi suuremat sorti uudis soovitus hetkel Windowsit mitte uuendada kuniks osavad näpud koodipaiga tekitavad ja liiga uudishimulikud võrguaadressid ära isoleerib. Esmased katsetajad raporteerivad, et üsna igapäevane lahendus hosts nimelise faili sisu kallal vallatlemisega head tulemust ei anna – saitide blokeerimine vallandavat veateadete hordid, mis kogu kasutajakogemuse miinusesse suruvad. Seetõttu tasub vast oodata kas üldse uuendamist teha tasub, sest jääb mulje, et nii nagu Windows XP, saab ka Windows 7 olema üsna pikaealine ja elujõuline versioon.

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    You can’t read a contract the way you read another text. A contract is literal. You cannot assume or interpret it according to your opinion. That’s the point of writing the contract: to rule away „opinions” about what are the right and obligations.
    It does not says „ONLY when necessary to provide you with the services you use”. You cannot add the „ONLY” word. Is not in the contract. There is nothing to argue. Is a contract.
    Also, when it says „This includes: the content […] ”, the word „includes” is the key. Including something does not excludes any other thing.
    Yet, in case of doubt, the contract is explicit saying that any kind of data will be collected, for example
    […] we will access, disclose and preserve personal data, including your content ( […] or files in private folders) […]
    The wording „files in your private folders” mean any file in any private folder. Not ONLY files you upload to the cloud.
    Again the word „including” specifies a subset of your „personal data”, but does not restrict it to only „your content ( […] or files in private folders) […] ”.
    Still in doubt? Read this clause:
    In addition to those you explicitly provide, […] may also be inferred or derived from other data we collect”.
    It completely denies any voluntary choice you may have in what you provide. There is no restriction to „other data we collect”..
    Is not even restricted to collecting the data trough Windows. Any way of collecting data about you, even illegal, is made legal, because is you will, as stated in the contract, when it says that Microsoft collects data „with your consent”.
    It does NOT says that you need to give your consent each time your data is collected. It says that Microsoft activities have your consent. Is a FACT stated in the contract.
    Microsoft does not need you to consent again ever more.
    We also obtain data from third parties (including other companies)”. ANY third party. Anybody. Spying you is now legal by any means.
    Microsoft can write a letter to your doctor and demand your medical records, and since your records are probably stored in a computer, it would be easy. If it needs your password, remember that Microsoft got the right to grab any of your passwords:
    Credentials. We collect passwords, password hints, and similar security information
    It collects „passwords”. Not ONLY the ones you MAY provide. Not ONLY the ones belonging to you. Not ONLY computer passwords.
    If somebody has a locker combination written in a piece of paper, and that paper can be read by the laptop camera, Microsoft gets the right to collect it.
    It collects „Credentials”. ANY credential. Your passport is fair game. Your fingerprints, your driving license, the card you use to cross a door at work, the wireless key needed to open your car, your photo, a 3D scan of your face, your eyes pupil patterns; ANY credential.
    So yes, absolutely and undeniable: it EXPLICITLY GIVES MICROSOFT PERMISSION TO ARBITRARILY TAKE YOUR FILES. „Your files” is not restricted to any specific computer. Not even a computer. Even a paper file is included.
    Bing services are also included within other Microsoft services, such as MSN Apps and Cortana, and Windows (which we refer to as Bing-powered experiences)”.
    So, if yo do read „Bing-powered”, it means Windows.
    You may access Bing-powered experiences when using other non-Microsoft services, such as those from Yahoo
    So if you use Linux or Macintosh, and you use Firefox, which defaults to yahoo search, and you do not change Yahoo search to another search engine (like DogDogPile), you sign the contract.
    So, as you can see, a contract is full of booby traps. You may think that it says something, but actually it says something else entirely.
    Only a lawyer is trained to fully understand contracts, and this one is a really evil one.


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