Microsoft To Ban ‘Offensive Language’ & Monitor Your Private Account

In a March 1 release, Microsoft is warning customers using Office, Xbox, Skype, and other products that the company is prohibiting offensive language and inappropriate content starting on May 1.

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CBS Local — Microsoft is cracking down on what people say while using their services online. According to a new services agreement written by the company, the tech giant is planning to ban accounts that use “offensive language” and will go through your private data to “investigate” users.

In a March 1 release, Microsoft is warning customers using Office, Xbox, Skype, and other products that the company is prohibiting offensive language and inappropriate content starting on May 1. “Don’t publicly display or use the Services to share inappropriate content or material (involving, for example, nudity, bestiality, pornography, offensive language, graphic violence, or criminal activity),” Microsoft warns in a portion of their new codes of conduct.

Microsoft also added that the company plans on “investigating” users who are accused of violating the new policy and will block content from being sent to other people. “When investigating alleged violations of these…

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2 thoughts on “Microsoft To Ban ‘Offensive Language’ & Monitor Your Private Account

  1. Holy Bovine Excrement Batman, isnt society spiraling outta control now?

    Where can I get “the” list of offensive words? Will words like “bae” and “niger” be part of that list? How about words like “hillary” and “trump”? …

    *** I could continue indefinitely, almost any word can and will offend someone someplace at sometime***

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  2. Let me know if you find the list, Kenneth. I know Microsoft has been spying on me for years. It just shows how much civil liberties have deteriorated that they can now publicly admit it. All they haven’t said is whether they sell the information to advertisers or to the CIA. Probably both I guess.

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