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    Microsoft is banning people for automatically sharing adult-rated game clips on Xbox Live. If you want to make sure you don't get banned for using Xbox's game DVR, you might want to disable automatic feed sharing. Here's how.
    Microsoft will apparently ban you for taking screenshots of adult-rated games. It seems that the bans are primarily triggered when the clips are shared to your activity feed, which is turned on by default. Luckily, you can turn auto-sharing off, and as a result (hopefully) avoid being banned. Here's how.
    How to hide game clips and screenshots on Xbox Live

    Just follow this process:

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    04-06-2018 08:40 AM

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