Microsoft and Telemetry. Ed Bott once again feels the need to go on the defensive....

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Microsoft and Telemetry. Ed Bott once again feels the need to go on the defensive....

Post: #3222 5735guy
28 Nov 2016, 22:05

"The problem of fake news isn't just limited to election campaigns. Legitimate tech reporters have been tearing their hair out over bogus stories for years. The latest example is a report that Microsoft is giving telemetry information to a well-known security company. It's not true, but Google and Bing don't seem to care."
http://www.zdnet.com/article/fake-news- ... s-anymore/