Ain’t got time for that.
Microsoft violates exactly this:
Processing personal data is generally prohibited, unless it is expressly allowed by law, or the data subject has consented to the processing. While being one of the more well-known legal bases for processing personal data, consent is only one of six bases mentioned in the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The others are: contract, legal obligations, vital interests of the data subject, public interest and legitimate interest as stated in Article 6(1) GDPR.
And yes i guess making it hard to see what the heck is goin on i guess may be a violation....
@stux Dang! Sooner or later we'll need an alternative to AlternativeTo, and that shouldn't even be a mouthful for anyone to speak!