We have found images involving copyright content on your SkyDrive account,http://********.skydrive.live.com.
Kindly remove this content and any other images, messages or files that violate the Windows Live SkyDrive Code of conduct within 48 hours.
Violations include, but are not limited to, nudity, partial nudity, pornography, harassment, and illegal or offensive behavior. For a complete description of content that is not allowed on Windows Live SkyDrive, please visit our Code of Conduct at: http://skydrive.live...eofconduct.aspx
We also restrict our users from posting full or partial nude pictures of babies and children. This policy has been implemented in order to reduce the risks of predators in the online community and of course to ensure the safety of the children. If your SkyDrive account contains any material of this nature, please remove them as well.
If you remove all violating content, your SkyDrive account will again be in accordance with the Windows Live SkyDrive Code of Conduct, and will remain accessible for your use. Otherwise, we will be forced to close down your SkyDrive as well as any associated Spaces and Profile accounts. Again, while this is never an option we like to take, Microsoft takes the safety of children quite seriously.
You may delete files from your SkyDrive account by following these instructions:
1. Log into SkyDrive
2. Navigate to the 'Shared' or 'Public' folder that contains the offending file
3. Select the file to be removed by clicking the file
4. Click 'Delete'
5. Click 'OK' to permanently delete the file
Thank you for helping Windows Live SkyDrive provide a friendly and safe experience for all of our customers.
Windows Live Support Team