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Windows 10 needs proper privacy portal, says EFF
Slams 'questionable tactics to cause users to download software many didn't want'
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has called on Microsoft to offer a "single unified screen" on which Windows 10 users can control how Windows 10 deals with their personal information and monitors their use of the OS.
The organization has listed the long list of nasty nagware tactics Microsoft used to get people running Windows 10, labelling some "questionable tactics to cause users to download a piece of software that many didn't want."
It's not keen on the nagware bundled alongside patches, suggesting that tactic reduced trust in patches and therefore potentially exposed users who don't act promptly when important fixes arrive.
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