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Microsoft brought privacy concerns to the forefront of gaming with the introduction of the Kinect peripheral, and with the advent of the Xbox One, which uses the same technology, users are concerned as to what exactly the console will collect as far as personal information goes.
PC World has compiled a primer on what you can expect your Xbox One to be collecting about you during play sessions, though it doesn't seem to be that much of a leap. There's a dedicated way to turn off the Kinect's recording feature, it's obvious your conversations via multiplayer won't always be private, and you probably won't want to sit around in the nude while playing. But that's all pretty basic.
It's not long now until the Xbox One is released. How will you be spending your launch day with it?