Stop beating around the bush. You're talking to me like I don't own a PS3. You download a trial of a game, play it for 60 minutes then you get linked to the marketplace to buy it. Whats hard about grasping that logic?
What I'm saying is, if that's the same system as family sharing but the only difference is that you only can partially download games which your friends own then why do MS need to check up on you? The X1 would be doing the work for them because the security is enforced locally. Hence no need for a 24 hour checkin. Can you get my analogy yet?
Why don't you go with what MS said then, it's them who decided the Xbox One needed a 24 hour & 1 hour check in
"With Xbox One you can game offline for up to 24 hours on your primary console," reads Microsoft's statement.
If playing games on another Xbox One, such as a friend's or family member's, the console will require check-in with an active Internet connection every hour.
Microsoft adds that "offline gaming is not possible after these prescribed times until you reestablish a connection, but you can still watch live TV and enjoy Blu-ray and DVD movies."
According to the official details, this is required so that the platform can acknowledge and verify whether users require game updates or have traded in their games. Additionally, Microsoft says games that make use of the Xbox One's cloud technology "may" require a constant connection to the Internet.
If you trade one of your games then it wouldn't be allowed in your family sharing portfolio. That cannot be handled locally.