It was reported first by WinBeta, torrent trackers have taken the downloads of the Operating System offline following the controversial Microsoft Services Agreement Services Agreement update, which allowed Microsoft to block pirated games and other various similar contents.
Windows 10 Banned by Torrent sites
Torrent groups have taken the agenda to the internet to make various complaints and petitions about privacy in correspond to Windows 10 and one such outfit, BB, claimed that it has evidence that Microsoft is busy already in collecting information on file sharers.
They Say, “We have also found Windows 10 will be gathering information on users’ P2P use to be shared with anti piracy group… what’s particularly nasty is that apparently it sends the results of local searches to a well known anti-piracy company directly so as soon as you have one known P2P or scene release on your local disk … BAM!” You read a statement:
No evidence of privacy infringement
Another group, FSC, is taking it even further by banning any user that visits its site via Windows 10. A great number of other torrent trackers too are considering taking similar steps to remove block visitors Microsoft’s newest Windows.
There is definitely no proof at this stage that Microsoft is collecting and sharing too information using Windows 10.The Microsoft Services Agreement doesn’t even properly mention Windows 10, only referring to its Microsoft Account, Xbox Live and Windows Store contents.
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