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Microsoft issues bans for “excessive profanity” on Xbox One’s Upload Studio

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According to Microsoft, the company reviews every video that is posted on the Xbox One’s Upload Studio and bans players that are deemed to be using “excessive profanity”. Several users have already been temporarily banned from using Upload Studio because of their language, but can still use the console’s other features.

Some users of Microsoft’s Xbox One are a little frustrated. Microsoft temporarily banned them from using the Upload Studio, which allows users to upload gameplay footage with commentary to their SkyDrive account, and share that footage with the world. According to Microsoft, that’s because their language wasn’t in keeping with what the company wants to hear.

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