Comment 1TW Re: Microsoft comes right out with it


When is your data not your own? When it's in the cloud


Microsoft comes right out with it (Score: 2, Informative)

by Anonymous Coward on 2014-05-21 20:48 (#1TN)

Here's a good article about Microsoft's service agreement:

None is more restrictive than Microsoft's SkyDrive . Check out the first two parts of the Windows Live code of conduct that governs SkyDrive:
You will not upload, post, transmit, transfer, distribute, or facilitate distribution of any content (including text, images, sound, video, data, information or software) or otherwise use the service in a way that:
"¢ depicts nudity of any sort, including full or partial human nudity, or nudity in nonhuman forms such as cartoons, fantasy art or manga.
"¢ incites, advocates, or expresses pornography, obscenity, vulgarity, profanity, hatred, bigotry, racism, or gratuitous violence.
The code of conduct is much larger than this, but already this list has some serious issues. From the looks of it, you can't store nude or partially nude drawings (sorry, Titanic fans and fine art lovers ) or your favorite legally purchased adult porn movie. Because Bugs Bunny wears no clothes, I guess he's off limits, too.

Re: Microsoft comes right out with it (Score: 4, Funny)

by on 2014-05-21 23:20 (#1TW)

Because Bugs Bunny wears no clothes, I guess he's off limits, too.
A relative of mine often posts on Flickr pictures of a squirrel that visits his garden daily. On one single image, amongst those many pictures, the squirrel presented his back to the camera. That picture was censored!

Either somewhere, there is someone who, every-day, looks for photos of squirrel butts and reports them, or someone has programmed a squirrel butt detector... I am not sure which hypothesis is the most disturbing.


Time Reason Points Voter
2014-05-21 23:32 Funny +1
2014-05-22 12:10 Funny +1
2014-05-22 09:34 Interesting +1

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