Microsoft Denies NSA Backdoor In Win7

Microsoft has rejected claims that it deliberately put a backdoor in Windows 7 at the request of NSA (National Security Agency) which would allegedly allow NSA to spy on users. Some parties are also concerned that Microsoft might be compelled to do so as the US government is one of its most important customers, though other experts note that the consequences of allowing such a thing to be included could be even more severe. Do you think Microsoft would put such a function into Windows 7? Drop us a comment and let us know what you think.

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