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The names of my Start Screen Groups are pretty offensive, for whatever reason. The desktop was also a rather personal photo of family.
That information was either retrieved directly from your previous settings (as identified by Lee and Edwin) or your MS account has been hacked. However, if you were using anything but a retail ISO, I would have done a SHA1 check to ensure the integrity of the ISO before attempting any installation with same. Live and learn.
If I understand you correctly (and the OP) his "offensive start screen groups" were put there by him.