Microsoft Needs To Come Clean On Skype Privacy

Saturday, January 26, 2013 09:14
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Microsoft Needs To Come Clean On Skype Privacy

Tags: privacy; security

In an open letter addressed to Skype president Tony Bates, Microsoft chief privacy officer Brendon Lynch and Microsoft general counsel Brad Smith, the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and others criticized Microsoft for its "persistently unclear and confusing statements about the confidentiality of Skype conversations," especially whether or not repressive governments and other organizations can monitor Skype conversations.

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With Jan 28 being Electronic Privacy Day, ReadWriteWeb says it is a good time for Microsoft to come clean.

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