Microsoft faces new GDPR privacy investigation over Windows 10 telemetry

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Ireland's Data Protection Commission to investigate claims of "new, potentially unlawful" uses of personal data harvesting by Windows 10

Microsoft is facing a new European Union privacy investigation over its Windows 10 telemetry practices. The investigation will be led by Ireland's Data Protection Commission - the location of Mi...

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