Microsoft says service packs do not violate privacy laws

SearchWin2000.com – Microsoft has routinely come under attack from privacy advocates who claim that its EULAs give Redmond the right to access personal information. Now this debate is moving to the legal arena, as many health care providers worry that the agreements that accompany new Microsoft Windows patches will violate federal privacy legislation. Microsoft says there's no problem, but some admins aren't so sure.

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