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Microsoft Discovers Consent: Recall Feature Now Opt-In and Double Encrypted

In a stunning turn of events, Microsoft, the tech giant that once brought you Clippy, has decided to make its recall feature opt-in and double encrypted. This revolutionary move comes after a minor outcry from users who apparently still care about their privacy. Shocking, right? Who would have thought that people might have reservations about their personal data being automatically accessed without their explicit consent?

So, here's the deal: instead of Microsoft graciously helping itself to your data, they'll now politely ask for your permission first. It's almost like they're learning about consent, but let's not give them too much credit. Now, your data recalls will be double encrypted. Yes, double. Because if single encryption was good enough, we wouldn't need this headline-grabbing upgrade.

For those of you keeping score at home, double encryption means that your data is twice as safe from the prying eyes of cyber villains—and perhaps even from Microsoft's own servers. It's a win-win, right? This change surely has nothing to do with increasing pressure from privacy advocates or looming regulatory scrutiny. Microsoft is just being thoughtful.

So, next time you receive an opt-in notification, remember: you’re not just enabling a feature; you’re participating in Microsoft's grand experiment in customer trust. Welcome to the future, where your data is slightly more secure—until the next privacy scandal, that is.

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