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Microsoft is part of NSA's mass surveillance program

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Many people are dumping Microsoft do to it's reputation of being a intruder . I have had Microsoft OS for years and have learned a few tricks to beating the system some what or at lest giving them a bad time on keeping a blatant track on me . And now we have Windows 10 that even I am having issues with I hate it .

Here is some good info on Windows 10 . As for me I have mostly gone to Linux ! I hope all these links work .

Microsoft is part of NSA's mass surveillance program "PRISM":

 Microsoft informs the NSA about bugs before fixing them:

 Microsoft openly offeres cloud data to support PRISM:

 Microsoft has backdoored its disk encryption:
https://archive.is/2XIvX · https://archive.is/qLRZx

 Windows snoops on the users' files, text input, voice input,
 location, contacts, calendar records and web browsing history,
 even after related settings are turned off:
https://archive.is/Zny36 · https://archive.is/sz1nt
https://archive.is/g3QdQ · https://archive.is/ko469

 A Traffic Analysis of Windows 10:

 Keypoints: Windows 10 has a keylogger and uploads all your
 keystrokes every 5 minutes. Everything you type in Edge or
 Cortana is sent to Microsoft, along with any media files it
 finds. When webcam is enabled, 35MB of data goes to Microsoft.
 Even with Cortana disabled/uninstalled, Windows 10 sends all
 microphone audio to Microsoft, when the computer is idle.

 Windows 10 sends desktop screenshots straight to Microsoft:

 Windows 10 scans for illegal/pirated software:

 Microsoft proudly presents surveillance statistics:

 Over 82 billion photos viewed.
 Gamers spent over 4 billion hours playing PC games.
 44.5 billion minutes/month spent in Microsoft Edge.
 Over 2.5 billion questions asked of Cortana since launch.
 Windows 10 now active on over 200 million devices.

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