Has anyone seen anything from Microsoft regarding the intrusive practices they outline in the privacy statement versus HIPAA-compliant businesses using their software? I haven't been able to find an answer anywhere. I have a healthcare business, and a violation of HIPAA and HITECH rules could bankrupt me. If I violate them knowing that I was committing a violation -- as in installing software that openly and plainly states that it will snoop through my private files and emails -- then I face not only fines but jail time. I have not been able to find anything on the net that says I will be able to turn off ALL of the intrusive snooping ability that has been built into Win 10, and what I'm seeing is warning that if things are turned off, I will lose a lot of the functionality of the new system. I'm stuck in a catch-22, though: by law I have to maintain my computer systems with the most up-to-date versions of my software, but I'm not about to install something that could send me to jail. Can anyone get anything from Microsoft about this?