If your auto dealer installed a camera in your car to snoop on you, an when you complain they say "we updated the EULA", are you going to just accept it?
It is not acceptable to do that in other industries. Why give Microsoft a pass?
GM customers seemed happy to keep doing business with GM after they did just that (well, audio, not video) for OnStar - there were several incidents, from police snooping to bored operators.
I'm OK with laws to enforce privacy, but it's a democracy and if most people don't care, well, we get the government we deserve. In the meantime, consumers also have a duty to stop doing business with assholes. Legal or not, when a company makes an asshole move like this, and you decide to keep doing business with them, well, decisions have consequences.
Well, that would be an option for almost any other industry. But this is the dominant Operating System on the entire planet. To walk away from Windows means either embracing Apple's Walled Garden approach, or delving into the tangled world of Linux. In either case there is a strong possibility that you'll be unable to use most of the Non-Microsoft software you own.
In other words, they are holding your Software hostage by virtue of the culture of prevalent cross-platform incompatibility.
10.0 times 0.1 is hardly ever 1.0.