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Microsoft updates Privacy Statement, addressing concerns from critics

Just ahead of last week’s launch of Windows 10 version 1511, Microsoft quietly updated its Privacy Statement.

The current version of the statement has a “last updated” date of October 2015, and based on archived pages was posted to Microsoft’s website in mid-October. A close comparison of the October statement with its July 2015 predecessor reveals some noteworthy additions and a few changes.

Some of the revisions are routine, intended to accommodate changes in services, like the renaming of Xbox Music to Groove and the retirement of some MSN apps. There’s a fix for at least one typo and some simple wording changes. [1]

[1] By Ed Bott for ZDNet

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