You have a hell of a lot more patience than I do! Talking to brick walls goes against the very nature of my being.and obviously, you didn't read it, are unable to follow what was said, or you don't want to answer.
is privacy a right or not?
Collecting my information to "enhance" W10 as MS is now doing is bad for me. Period. It's my privacy. I have a right to it. It doesn't matter what they collect, without explicit permission from me, it's bad for me. Can't be any clearer than that. I don't care what they ostensibly or hidden do with it. It's my hardware and my privacy being invaded. Everyone understands that you 'not don't but can't get that'. It's why we label you 'one of those', usually millenials that don't know any better. The really interesting part is when 'we' say we're not going to spend money on it, you get irate and demand proof for court. Simply look up the search term 'microsoft sued'
http://www.reuters.com/article/us-microsoft-browser-lawsuit-idUSBREA3A1YI20140411 this was Europe.
These are just ones I confirmed as still being there. None of these 'prove' MS is doing bad things with W10, but nothing 'proves' a child molestor will do bad things again either. You have to take certain things on faith in spite of fanbois. Right now, everything you say says everything MS does that isn't currently being sued over is ok, and even much of what it was sued over is ok with you. Well it's not ok with other people and MS has had to pay more than once, in court, about that.
So if you want a logical answer, go back and read the previous post and parse out how you want the question answered. Yelling no proof exists is your absolute lie just by the court cases listed above, let alone the article here on techspot. Any good tech is preemptive in how they handle digital problems. It is very apparent you are not and much much worse than that, don't want to be.
He asks the impossible while throwing a glowing halo on the heads of Microsoft. There is no way for you to even come out of this debate with any sort of finalization. He is absolute in his non-wavering support for MS, and there is nothing you can say, short of an actual admission from Microslop. The amount of data that flows from a Windows 10 machine is not needed to help improve the "user experience", but hey I did not agree to the EULA, he did....lol