UPDATE 28TH MARCH: Xbox VIP Mike Ybarra clarified overnight there will be no policy change for Xbox Live, so the rules already in place there will remain the rules come 1st May.
ORIGINAL STORY 27TH MARCH: Using offensive language on Xbox Live – as if! – Skype or even in shared Word documents may get you into trouble with Microsoft’s newly updated Code of Conduct. And if you get into trouble you could face suspensions or bans, have Xbox Live Gold membership time revoked or even lose money associated with the account.
If Microsoft investigates you it reserves the right to “review Your Content in order to resolve the issue”, too – which sounds a lot like ‘dig through your personal data’ to me.
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