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Microsoft has responded to a class-action lawsuit, saying the location data it collects through its Windows Phone camera is not linked to a specific device or user, reports The Next Web. While the suit claims the software collects users' geographical coordinates even after they request not to be tracked, Microsoft says that because it does not collect unique identifiers, "the Windows Phone camera would not enable Microsoft to identify an individual or 'track' his or her movements." Meanwhile, smartphone maker HTC responded to claims that at least two of its phones collect location and personal data, explaining that the data in question is de-identified, encrypted and only collected upon user opt-in.
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