August 5, 2015
Windows 10 OS - The Ultimate Big Brother?
Of the 14+ million people who have recently installed Microsoft's new Windows 10, there haven't been many complaints until now. The system is said to run more efficiently, but apparently someone only recently read the tome of a service agreement.
Let's just say that Windows 10 goes above and beyond good service and makes sure that you are being a good citizen. Who is the one really getting the upgrade, here?
Yes, it is implicitly stated that whoever installs the program is agreeing to be watched and that Windows 10 can and will aid and abet law enforcement and other government agencies - should it deem that you are doing something illegal.
BGR found this part of the agreement particularly interesting:
From Mirror UK:
European Digital Rights Organization said that Microsoft had given itself broad rights and would sell your data to third parties.
Tech bloggers are upset that the defaults are set for automatic intrusion, as they know how many people will skip through the download without thinking - and give all of their information away.
Microsoft responded in a statement claiming that it does not sell, and it,
Do you want to revoke that consent? Watch this video and follow the steps laid out in this article:
You can opt out.
Investment Watch Blog claims that this user agreement can land you in jail - mainly for its categorization using IP addresses.
The person goes on to wonder about the implications of viewing Internet pornography, creating content and the files that Windows itself downloads to PCs.
Recently, we learned that private companies color code your home for police and track all the people coming through your house - even pizza delivery guys. You can be flagged for something you didn't even know your friend had done in the past.
Congress discussed social media sites reporting you to the authorities. In the same week it was admitted that federal agencies like the IRS could have access to opened email and social media messages.
Unfortunately, most people have completely accepted the absurd lack of privacy - but,
Microsoft, as you know, is in the care of billionaire Bill Gates.
When he is not busy gifting the world with spyware, his groups are busy beta-testing remote controlled sterilization on women in third world countries or forcing GMO rice on an unwilling Philippines with his buddies, the Rockefellers.
But a depopulation fanatic wouldn't want to paint everyone guilty, right? Revelations like this, will hopefully prompt people to look gift horses in the mouth, instead of blindly allowing themselves to be the ones upgraded.
Why do people not question that there is virtually a monopoly (or two) on the world's computer operating systems?