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Windows 7: Microsoft Tries to Suppress Internal Privacy Document

25 Feb 2010   #1
Zen00

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Microsoft Tries to Suppress Internal Privacy Document

So, the quick deal is, Microsoft tries to suppress documentation of their privacy habits, and because they tried to suppress it, now everyone knows about it. Same old story that has always happened.

Secret Microsoft doc leaks, DMCA notice fails to contain it

I wonder how often these kind of tactics succeed.


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