Computer paranoia

Okay, I confess. I don't want folks to know what I do on my computer. Even if I might tell them if they asked. But I don't want them to know what I am doing just because I have installed their system on my computer.

HOW CAN MICROSOFT GET AWAY WITH THIS? They've made a program that watches you, that you agree can change stuff on your computer, that has access to all your stuff. My finances are on my computer. Why would anyone want to give Microsoft access to their info?

This site talks about the backdoors that clickable license agreements are giving to the companies who make software that people like me use. Read it, if you didn't know that Big Brother is not the government.

You know, I am glad I use a Mac. I wish there were an alternative to Microsoft out there.

1 thought on “Computer paranoia

  1. Oh, God, time and inspiration are worse than Hatfield and McCoy. You will hardly ever get the two to agree.
    And don't worry about the side stories. There's no novel police enforcing writing the story from beginning to end in order. As long as all the pieces are there in the end, it doesn't matter what you are writing, as long as you are writing.

    Dawne  []

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