I just happen to hate that there are American soldiers fighter abroud for (among other things) the freedoms to not be unreaonably searched and seized, and to be presumed innocent until proven guilty, while big business/big brother work towards the goal of destroying these rights at home. I fail to believe that such rights were not only drafted, but also passed into law, only to be used when "convenient" to those in power.
Also, I still remember the '90s when people considered spyware "dangerous".
PS: it's not just the "pirates" that Microsoft spies on. In fact, of all the MS product useres out there, the pirates are the ones most protected from Microsoft (since they so often bypass the "anti-piracy" malware features, anyway), while the 100% legal users are the ones loosing their privacy.