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Microsoft will give Windows PCs a ‘photographic memory’ by screenshotting everything you do.

Microsoft has unveiled their new mass surveillance tool, by revealing AI baked into Windows and the hardware itself that will take screenshots every few seconds and store and analyze this with AI. They are nicknaming this “Recall” and marketing it as Windows having photographic memory. It stores everything you’ve worked on and done to “know about you” or “better serve you”.

Even MSN, which is normally a propaganda outlet for the regime, prominently displays criticism of Elon Musk likening it to the fictional dystopia Black Mirror. [1] Although Elon Musk tweets he will “turn off” the feature, who knows if he really can. Because this AI is closed source, and therefore requires blind and complete trust and obedience from the user in Microsoft to not abuse the entire sum of their life’s knowledge.

Even the admitted control settings for this are horrible, with the inability to stop it from capturing all passwords and financial account numbers. [2] And not to mention, this will be a field day for hackers, as Windows machines are typically the easiest and most vulnerable to be targeted with randsomware. Anonymous hacker “Fya” said quote “Haha! These worthless clowns handed me the ultimate tool to extract and abuse victims data.

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