Xbox suspended 970,000 accounts for “hate speech,” “harassment,” and “bullying” in H1 2022

The first Digital Transparency Report for Xbox revealed that it took “proactive” action against 4.78 million accounts for violating its community guidelines between January 1 and June 30 this year.

The report is part Microsoft’s commitment to “online safety.”

The proactive enforcement increased 10x compared to the last reporting period.

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In the first half of 2022, 211,000 accounts were banned for “hate speech” and 759,000 accounts were banned for “harassment or bullying.”
(graph at link)


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