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Webcamgate Was My Fault

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Hey, Webcamgate Was My Fault

Several years back, Microsoft launched a widely-mocked marketing campaign in which PC users claimed that "Windows 7 was my idea." In the same spirit, I'd like to formally apologize to Windows 10 users. Because Webcamgate was my fault.

Webcamgate is the name I've given to the recently-reported problem with the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, where upgrading has broken millions of webcams from around the world. Hey, I'm a writer.

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