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What Does Microsoft Know About You?

Your editor is working on a story for Redmond magazine about Microsoft and privacy -- specifically, about what Microsoft knows about its users and does with the information it collects. Do you have an inside take on how Microsoft is siphoning information back to Redmond? Are you concerned about privacy issues with technology companies in general and with Microsoft in particular? Or do you think all of this privacy stuff is overblown? Which do you think is scarier when it comes to collecting information on users, Microsoft or Google?

Answer one, all or none of those questions (you can just make a general comment if you'd like) at lpender@rcpmag.com. And don't worry; we we'll contact you and get your express permission (and probably some more comments) before using your name in print. Thanks.

Posted by Lee Pender on 03/03/2010 at 1:22 PM


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