As of May 1, a new Microsoft Services Agreement will ban offensive language.
Oh, and bestiality, too, plus a slew of other unsavory content types.
Very young voices pipe up with very rude injunctions on the gaming platform’s chat features.
Bullying and harassment run amok: it seems like shock-value is a game unto itself.
So OK, good for Microsoft: now it’s got a policy to justify kicking off the jerkiest jerks.
Microsoft has this code of conduct to spell out how Xbox Live customers are expected to behave.Then, if you like what you see, click again to buy it then instantly download it. Brunette girl with earphones listens to texts and typing on laptop.Dark-haired woman working at daytime with teapot nearby. Three modern people, beautiful woman and two young men chatting and using laptop call classmate in skype through internet, smiling and waving their hands in gadget's camera, sitting in modern day cafe.All images are supplied in the popular JPEG file format and are available in both lower resolutions (suitable for on-screen applications) and various higher resolutions (suitable for high-quality print applications).We also utilize a sophisticated search engine to find you the best results for whatever you are searching for.Alongside Naked Security Lisa has written for CIO Mag, Computer World, PC Mag, IT Expert Voice, Software Quality Connection, Time, and the US and British editions of HP's Input/Output.There have been many attempts made by the long distance couple to solve the no-sex dilemma, but short of sleeping with other people, there just aren't that many options.What you’re up against if you violate the new terms: …we may stop providing Services to you or we may close your Microsoft account.We may also block delivery of a communication (like email, file sharing or instant message) to or from the Services in an effort to enforce these Terms or we may remove or refuse to publish Your Content for any reason.With regards to Microsoft censors listening in on our Skype conversations for blue language or photos sent via email that are just way too sexy – or illegal – the company assured The Register that it doesn’t listen to Skype calls, and it’s not actively poking its nose into our stuff… Microsoft clarified that if it receives a complaint about a potential breach of the code of conduct, be it in a Skype chat, an email or whatever, it may examine private files and conversations.So while Microsoft says it’s not actively policing content, you could still start blipping on its radar if somebody were to complain about, say, an Office 365 email stuffed full of profanity, or a nude selfie you sent them via Outlook.com, or using the Bing search engine to enter strings that insult someone.