Microsoft issues ban on 'offensive language' on Skype, Xbox and OneDrive

Nicholas Fearn
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Microsoft issues ban on 'offensive language' on Skype, Xbox and OneDrive

Microsoft buries vague 'offensive language' ruling in latest Skype and Xbox terms and conditions

Microsoft could cut off users of its services over "offensive language" in new terms and conditions that it has recently rolled out. The Ts and Cs cover Skype, OneDrive and Xbox Live. The eye-opening...

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