- The first is regarding privacy and targeted advertising. Microsoft claims that as part of their "ongoing commitment to respecting [user's] privacy," they will not use documents, photos, other personal files, email, chat, video calls or voice mail content to target advertising to their users.
- The second is regarding transparency in terms of what types of behavior could affect a user's Microsoft account. This also focuses on the emphasis that parents are responsible for their children's actions, specifically to do with purchases either via the Microsoft Store or in-app purchases.
This Microsoft Services Agreement update, taking place on 31 July 2014, affects all users with Microsoft accounts, including Outlook.com, OneDrive, XBOX, and Bing. Microsoft suggests that you will automatically agree to the update if you continue to use their services after the aforementioned date.
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