Originally Posted by paul06660
Not only that, Microsoft uses it to their advantage because they can spy on people by looking at the hard drive and seeing anything they have on it.
Now the updates that you have to get to play online games is stupid. This allows them to spy on you remotely. Any bit of data they can get on you they use it to make money (information = money). Many of these people when they got the updates, the Xbox360 died on them causing them to pay for Microsoft's mistake.
How can a update be for security when it opens a back door for Microsoft?
Did you know that if you refuse to install XP service Pack 2 on a machine with Service Pack 1 you get banned from Microsoft updates?
This sounds like reliable certified data, tell me more about it ( '-')
The firmware updates for the 360 were pretty much worth it every time. And so far I have not heard about M$ *spying* on it. If they do internal survey about their own network
it's okay I guess.
And you should just gtfo if you use XP without SP2 and latest hotfixes. SP1 is not secure at all at this point.