"I made a video and said a bad word (not really a swear in my opinion, but I do understand their displeasure - the nickname of the name Richard) and now I am not able to put Kinect videos on my uploads or upload gameplay at all," the banned user explained.After getting in touch with Microsoft, Macedonian Wolf had the ban lifted on Upload Studios, and was told that they were in "good standing" and that there may be an issue with these apps."I think it's strange that MS allows you to record any game footage when there are games with really bad foul language and I say something like plonker or c*ap and I get my benefits removed especially I had 100 per cent feedback when I was on 360 for about 5-7 years on Xbox Live." Rbevanx wasn't alone as over a dozen other users piped up on the thread to report a similar experience.Meanwhile, on Reddit, user Macedonian Wolf reported a similar problem.
The team reviews every clip that is uploaded to the service to help maintain a clean, safe and fun environment for all users.""Excessive profanity and other Code of Conduct violations will be enforced upon.
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However, even after five hours the ban on Skype was still in effect.
"Skype still does not respond after five hours since the 'incident,'" the user noted, adding that they "typed a few words of profanity talking about movies," and that the error message cited the ban was due to 'past behaviour.'" I've reached out to Microsoft to figure out what's going on here and this was the company's official reply: "To be clear, the Xbox Live Policy & Enforcement team does not monitor direct peer-to-peer communications like Skype chats and calls.