Microsoft wants to sell your privacy rights, but you have to buy them

The Microsofts Microsoft Digital Advertising Initiative (MDEI) is one of the largest consumer-facing digital marketing efforts in the world.

While most of the money spent on digital ads in the US goes toward promoting Windows 10 PCs, the company is also targeting other products such as Surface Pro tablets, Xbox One games, Xbox Live, and more.

Microsoft is also testing its first-ever TV ad for its new Xbox, which will be released in October.

But, as with the previous Microsofts digital advertising efforts, the new one is likely going to involve your personal information.

That’s because the MDEI’s goal is to provide consumers with a choice in the way they share and use their personal information—including personal information shared in advertisements.

The goal is clear.

Consumers want to be able to make informed choices, so Microsoft has an opportunity to change that.

This is why Microsoft is spending billions of dollars on ads to convince you to share your personal data.

To do this, Microsoft is building a system that will collect and store data about your behavior.

It will collect data about how you interact with advertisements.

It’ll collect data on how you respond to ads and how you make decisions about how to use those choices.

And it will collect more data about what you’re doing online.

This data will be used to personalize advertisements, which can then be used by advertisers to target your interests and preferences to their ads.

These ads will be delivered via various ways, including email and chat messages.

If you agree to be subject to the Mdei’s terms of service, you’ll be able see ads from the Mereli ad network and from other ad networks.

This means that you will be able choose the type of ad you see, whether or not you click on ads, and how much you’re willing to pay for it.

But what does Microsoft do with your data?

Microsoft is going to keep the information it collects about you.

And, it will use it to make targeted ads that target you based on your behavior and preferences.

This will help advertisers target you with ads that are relevant to your interests.

If, for example, you’re a heavy user of social media, advertisers will be more likely to target you to a message you share, a Facebook friend you follow, or a YouTube video you watch.

If a friend of yours likes your video or likes your Facebook profile, you might be targeted to a Facebook-related message from your friends.

That might also help advertisers find other people who share their interests and interests you, like yourself.

You can see how this is happening by using Microsofts free Ad Manager.

The Ad Manager tool allows you to see how different ads are being used by your friends and by your own behavior.

For example, a YouTube ad from the Microsofts Xbox ads can be seen as a Facebook message from a friend who’s also a heavy video player.

You’ll also see how the ads are using the data Microsoft has collected from you.

This could help advertisers understand what kinds of messages are being targeted to you, which people you’re interested in, and whether you’re likely to engage in that behavior.

But it’s not all data Microsoft is gathering about you that it’s going to use for ads.

The data it collects can also be used for other purposes.

For instance, the Ad Manager can also help you understand how your behavior might be affected by other marketing campaigns that Microsoft is running.

Microsoft also has access to your information for marketing purposes, such as: