Microsoft To Update Privacy Statement On Aug 2

July 31, 2016 11:25 pm0 commentsViews: 108

Microsoft will be coming up with an updated Privacy Statement on August 2 along with the launch of Windows 10 Anniversary Update.

Microsoft To Update Privace Statement On Aug 2

The company didn’t briefed what changes are in store, but said it will eliminate redundancies, increase clarity as well as transparency and improve usability.

As of now the tech giant shares user data with others in certain cases and Services Agreement will be updated on September 15.

Microsoft added if users don’t agree with the changes, it is advised to discontinue using its products and services.

It is revealed the changes to include coverage for additional services including Group Messaging and GroupMe. The update is to add new functionality and features for services like Bing, Skype and Rewards programme.

The work or school account will henceforth will be covered by different terms and once in every five years the login to Xbox is required.

It is learned there will be a ban on terrorist content too and also to the pointing out that users in Europe can refer problems to the Online Dispute Resolution of EU if the Microsoft Support fails to.

Stay tuned, we will bring all the update on changes in Privacy Statement as it happens. Do also share your own views on the topic with us and fellow readers in the below given comment box.

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