At first, only people in MacOS and Windows have some sort of mental illness about "NO, YOU DON'T NEED TO DO ANYTHING, THE ENTIRE OS IS JUST OPTIMIZED FOR YOUR NEEDS, IT WORKS IN THIS WAY". Now this starting to land on linux, so let's get started.
If you really want to protect a fat32 from damage and mounting at boot (like the EFI partition), just use sync option in fstab and you're good to go.
This is hideous and sad. It's not about having something to hide you sick fuck, it's not about being a criminal or having some illegal in your harddrive. This doesn't mean that any jackass company have the right to spy on EVERYTHING YOU DO. Or even worse if you think in man-in-the-middle scenarios (anything can create a bug making man-in-the-middle possible, a lib, a software, ANYTHING).
If you need to use windows 10 for whatever reason and you're not mentally disable and want to stop microsoft to messing up your privacy, use my post.