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access_time August 2, 2013 at 8:49 AM in News by Dragos Dobre

Microsoft announces Xbox enforcement program

We’ve all encountered impolite people in online matches, and this could make a very inappropriate environment for kids and even for adults who want to relax without hearing people cussing.

In order to put this problems away, Microsoft has revealed a new program entitled Xbox Enforcement United. The program will use volunteers and will reward them with unique clothes, themes, badged etc.

“The Enforcement United program puts part of the enforcement process in the hands of our valued Xbox Live Gold subscribers,” Microsoft described. “It’s our way of directly involving the Xbox Live community in our efforts to foster and maintain a safe and enjoyable environment for all our members.”

“Eligible volunteers are given the ability to judge whether certain types of content violate our Code of Conduct. If there is sufficient agreement within the community that the content breaks the rules, we’ll take enforcement action on behalf of the community!

“Best of all, it’s a fun and (yes, we’ll admit) sometimes hilarious peek into the misbehavior we sometimes encounter.”

This is in some way similar to League of Legends’ tribunal. Well, if you will volunteer you will not only clear Xbox Live of scumbags, you will get some nice looking rewards.

Source: Eurogamer


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