Microsoft has started rolling out some important updates to give users more control over how their voice data is used to improve its speech recognition technology. The new setting will allow users to choose if the company can use their voice recordings to enhance the performance of its voice-enabled products and services.
Since the launch of Windows 10, Microsoft received criticism for its data collection practices, with telemetry you can’t complelety turn off on the desktop OS. Earlier this week, users complained that Windows 10 apparently continues logging your Edge browsing history ... Read more
In an interview with the London Times, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella clarified his company's position that consumers' data would not be used for profit. As noted in a report by Fortune, Nadella addressed concerns about whether or not Microsoft would ... Read more
Microsoft announced today that the company is committed to be GDPR compliant across all its cloud services when the new regulation will apply next year
(update: the title has been adjusted to further clarify that the EULA mentioned pertains to Microsoft services, which includes the Microsoft account, as well as Xbox and online services) While Windows 10 has had a smooth release there have been mounting ... Read more
In a recent survey of 1000 smartphone users in the UK by ICM Research security company LookOut, it has been revealed that 41% of Windows Phone users actively think about their privacy while using their device compared to only 26% ... Read more
The cloud is the next frontier of computing and as such the rules are still in flux. Microsoft is trying to position themselves as a secure and private cloud provider for consumers and business, but NSA revelations have put big ... Read more