11 Aug Microsoft Says 71% Windows 10 Users Willingly Share Them Their Data
Last Thursday, a report stated that Microsoft’s privacy officer Maria Rogers published a blog post that mentioned 71% of Windows 10 users opt to fully share their diagnostics data back to the company.
Rogers discussed the latest updates made by Windows 10 developers, mentioning how user feedback guides their team to create changes according to user preferences.
In past reports, some Windows 10 users were concerned about sharing their internet data. However, the company made great efforts to explain how their information is used without compromising their right to privacy.
Developers installed an online privacy dashboard that enable users to track and control their data in different Microsoft platforms. It has since been visited by over 23 million users since its release in January.
Microsoft also affirmed its commitment to privacy protection, stating they are compliant with General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) imposed by the European Union to make Windows 10 meet regulatory standards.
Source: On MSFT