Microsoft piracy check draws complaints

Tuesday, 8 August 2006, 1:47 PM EST

Microsoft has taken great pains to improve its privacy policies since it came under intense fire about five years ago for a system called Passport that sought to store all sorts of personal information under one log-on. The program was scaled back considerably and, despite some ongoing concerns, Microsoft has come to play a leading role in privacy issues.

At CIO Today.

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