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Because Windows doesn’t make much money for Microsoft these days, the company decided, beginning in Windows 10, that snooping on users à la Google and Facebook could be profitable. But one country said enough was enough. It would stand up for its users’ “privacy.” That country? The People’s Republic of China.
China, like America, is infamous for tracking its computer users. But just because the powers that be in Beijing want to know every move their citizens make doesn’t mean they want Microsoft shipping the info to Washington. So China gave Microsoft a choice: Rip out its snoopware, or forget about selling Windows 10 to government or enterprise customers. Microsoft, never known for turning down a dollar or a yuan, caved.
Beginning a year ago, Microsoft started developing a Chinese government-approved version of Windows 10 in partnership with the Chinese technology and defense company China Electronics Technology Group Corp (CETC).
On May 23, Windows 10 China Government Edition was released. This version complies with Chinese governmental privacy and security standards.
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