First reported as a rumour by Android Central
yesterday (since updated) and confirmed by the company itself
overnight, popular Android software keyboard SwiftKey (also available for iOS) has been acquired by Microsoft. As of this morning, the app has been uninstalled from all the Android devices I own. Why?
Because Microsoft spies on its users, that's why.
But doesn't every software or services company track its users? Isn't that the deal we've have made, giving up our online habits in return for cool, free stuff? Perhaps, but I submit that Microsoft respects your personal data significantly less than other companies. I'll show you the evidence I've found and let you decide for yourself.