1. ByeVanno's Avatar
    i remember seeing reports of people getting their Microsoft accounts banned and stuff about having pictures of them or their family members in swimwear because they thought it was porn or copywritted but i haven't heard anything of late has microsoft relaxed a bit?
    08-26-2014 11:18 AM
  2. xandros9's Avatar
    Typical stance i believe is that they don't care whats there as long as it isn't shared porn.

    they don't care for copyright, I dont think its mentioned.
    08-26-2014 12:43 PM
  3. salmanahmad's Avatar
    Back when the service wasn't as large, Microsoft did oversee most of the content however as time has passed they are relying more and more on algorithms that find any suspicious content on OneDrive.

    As long as you don't upload nudes, you should be fine. But even then if you have some very private photos, OneDrive is not the place to store them.

    Actually nowhere on the internet are your personal files, truly "safe."

    Sorry for the long post. I personally find OneDrive very awesome.
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    08-26-2014 12:50 PM
  4. ByeVanno's Avatar
    Back when the service wasn't as large, Microsoft did oversee most of the content however as time has passed they are relying more and more on algorithms that find any suspicious content on OneDrive.

    As long as you don't upload nudes, you should be fine. But even then if you have some very private photos, OneDrive is not the place to store them.

    Actually nowhere on the internet are your personal files, truly "safe."

    Sorry for the long post. I personally find OneDrive very awesome.
    I was Just wondering i dont usually my one drive apart from moving around some documents or a few Family photos for my mon but i Just havent Heard anything new and thought they changer something
    08-26-2014 01:16 PM
  5. Rodrigo Pereira Teixeira's Avatar
    This have been discussed before, man. General assumption is:

    If you have porn or nude content on a shared folder, you are under troubled water.
    If you have porn or nude on a PRIVATE folder, you are fine.
    08-26-2014 07:51 PM
  6. berty6294's Avatar
    This have been discussed before, man. General assumption is:

    If you have porn or nude content on a shared folder, you are under troubled water.
    If you have porn or nude on a PRIVATE folder, you are fine.
    Technically they can still remove your account for being in a private folder, but chances of that happening are about the same as me winning the lottery. (I've never purchased a ticket in my life)
    08-26-2014 08:01 PM

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