The lines between public and private may never be perfect, but at Microsoft we are going to keep on trying, because your privacy is our priority.┬áhttp://www.microsoft.com/yourprivacy
Microsoft don’t attack Google by name (as expected) but insinuate that this is the case. ┬áMicrosoft believe your information should remain private and urge individuals to take a quiz to obtain information on what people perceive is an appropriate┬á/comfortable level of personal information to be held by an┬áorganisation.
This is an interesting┬áargument…surely it’s not so much about the information gathered, more how the information is used. ┬áI can see why gathering information for an enhanced browsing experience and targeted marking is important, both for the user to be introduced to relevant items of interest and sales/marketing to┬ápotential┬áconsumers….it’s where to draw the line. ┬áIt’s human nature to want to gather as much information and try to understand EVERYTHING, if not Google, someone else will be doing it…Governments etc Microsoft are no saints.
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