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True. The same way they did around with the Metro UI Registry Hack that stopped users from being able to shut off the Metro UI unless a Metro application was specifically called. News broke out about that and they afterwards took it out of the dev builds and preview builds. I'm not sure if anyone has quite managed to find a way around that yet to this date, short of installing 3rd party mods that don't quite accomplish what that change allowed for.
Yet again, it will be a game between company vs. consumer. Microsoft releases updates to patch something folks exploit, and folks then release patches to unpatch what Microsoft had done without triggering automatic updates to realize something has changed, and from that point creating something that does not get removed except in cases like a service pack update.