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Posts tagged “privacy”

Civilization VI explains what it’s tracking about you and why

2K Games have taken the curious and welcome step of explaining what data Civilization VI collects about you, your computer, and your play - and why. It's fairly common for games from big publishers to report back, but rare for publishers to say what it's doing and why. The license we have to agree to ostensibly gives them permission, after all. Most evidently don't think…

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Feature: 45 pages of service agreement, 13 settings screens and a website are not "real transparency"

Windows 10 Is Spying On You: Here’s How To Stop It

Windows 10's privacy settings very much need to be frowned at. Essentially: unless you pay close attention to the fluffy options offered when you first install Microsoft's new operating system, it's going to quietly track your behaviour and use it to fire targeted ads at you, as well as keeping tabs on your location history, data from messages, calendars, contacts and God knows what else.…

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Battle.net Forums To Demand Real Names

Big news for Battle.net users, and possible important implications for net privacy as a whole, via this posting from Blizzard: anyone posting or replying to a post on official Blizzard forums will be doing so using their Real ID -- that is, their real-life first and last name -- with the option to also display the name of their primary in-game character alongside it. These…

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