In recent days, the network has started to thrive due to the appearance of reports about the clause in the usage agreements between Microsoft and users Windows 10, which will allow 'disable fake software and games'. Many users, who use pirated applications and others who do not, were furious at the intrusion of their alleged privacy, and declared Windows 10 as the epitome of the old Orwellian vision about Big Brother.
However, a number of righteous men in Sodom who tried to look into the matter a little more profoundly came back with the conclusion that the panic was probably unnecessary. The section in question is part of Microsoft's use-of-service agreements that include personal courtesy Cortana, Skype, the Xbox Live service, the new Windows App Store and the games that Microsoft distributes - but these are not the general agreements for Windows Greater 10.
Under the wording of the section, there seems to be no claim and intent to actively scan all of your computer files for the purpose of detecting and neutralizing pirated elements, but a general warning that applications included in the above use agreement (as mentioned in the previous paragraph) may be updated automatically, and if they are version based Piracy and "fake" - the same updates may disable or "break" them, just like any potential update for pirated applications in any Operating System Wherever it is.
Can we go back to sleep at night? Let's hope so.