Microsoft will remove links to website that incites terrorist acts
Microsoft is officially prohibiting users from posting anything that incites terrorist acts on its services
Microsoft is officially prohibiting users from posting anything that incites terrorist acts on its services, including Xbox Live, Outlook consumer version and document-sharing website Docs.
Microsoft explained that this company is taking steps to prohibit users from posting anything inciting terrorist acts on its services. Microsoft has to take measures to empower people not to contribute to terrible acts.
One of the mesure is that Google can remove links to websites if the authorities demand it. Terrorist content is material posted by or in support of organizations included on the Consolidated United Nations Security Council Sanctions List that depicts graphic violence, encourages violent action, endorses a terrorist organization or its acts, or encourages people to join such groups.
Google has also launched a page where you can report anything you think fits its description of terrorist content, then if Microsoft agree with your acessment, it will take “terrorist content” down.
Along with basing on reports from users, Microsoft also has worked on an automated tool to scan its services which can scan and flag known terrorist images, audio and video
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