Last week I set up my tablet on my new laptop. As part of
installing its drivers I was asked to accept Wacom’s privacy
Being a mostly-normal person I never usually read privacy
policies. Instead I vigorously hammer the “yes” button in an
effort to reach the game, machine, or medical advice on the other
side of the agreement as fast as possible. But Wacom’s request
made me pause. Why does a device that is essentially a mouse need
make an exception to my anti-privacy-policy-policy and give this
one a read.
Absolutely appalling what Wacom tracks.