1. tdave342's Avatar
    I've seen different answers to this, so I'm still not sure. I understand that MS uses some automated processes on every photo uploaded to OneDrive (like PhotoDNA), but is that it? Do they employ something like flesh tone detection to detect nudity of UNSHARED (private) content and then manually check that content? Or does flesh tone detection only run when content is shared, meaning they effectively leave your private content alone and unscanned (except for the PhotoDNA)? I've read the revised service agreement, which clearly says that nudity is only against the rules in SHARED content and I saw the AMA, but I've also seen the occasional report of someone getting their account banned because of nude photos (not sure if we're getting the whole story, though), etc. Just looking for some clarification.
    03-23-2016 10:14 PM
  2. eusty's Avatar
    I'm not sure about scanning for nudity, but it does scan them to read any text in the photo (OCR) which you can search for.
    03-24-2016 05:02 AM

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