Windows 10 privacy policies explained
Each time a new version of Windows is released, it seems to generate a degree of FUD (fear, uncertainty and doubt) about privacy - what information the operating system collects, what it sends back to Microsoft when it "calls home," and what data gets shared with others. In this era of identity theft and other serious ramifications of data leakage, the concerns aren't unreasonable, but the risk tends to get misunderstood and/or even deliberately exaggerated by the tech press and the media in general.
I remember all the talk about privacy with XP, with Vista, with Windows 7 and 8, so I'm not surprised to see the same thing happening with Windows 10. But Microsoft's Terry Myerson has stepped up to provide a detailed explanation about how Win 10 uses personal data, so if this is a concern of yours or of your users, check out this article: