Code of Conduct
a. By agreeing to these Terms, you’re agreeing that, when using the Services, you will follow these rules:
- vii. Don’t engage in activity that is harmful to you, the Services or others (e.g., transmitting viruses, stalking, posting terrorist or violent extremist content, communicating hate speech, or advocating violence against others).
- viii. Don’t infringe upon the rights of others (e.g., unauthorized sharing of copyrighted music or other copyrighted material, resale or other distribution of Bing maps, or photographs).
- ix. Don’t engage in activity that violates the privacy of others.
- x. Don’t help others break these rules.
b. Enforcement. If you violate these Terms, we may stop providing Services to you or we may close your Microsoft account. We may also block delivery of a communication (like email, file sharing or instant message) to or from the Services in an effort to enforce these Terms or we may remove or refuse to publish Your Content for any reason.
Nowhere does the Services Agreement even remotely define what “hate speech” or what “help others break these rules” means.
ROBERT STEELE: I am totally fed up. I want an open source suite of tools that is never updated, is stable, and does not report back to its creator. It is clear that the Deep State and its Zionist underbelly are working hard toward total censorship — criticize Israel and lose your Microsoft software? The time is far past due for ending Zionist Israel and everyone they bribe and blackmail to do evil.
Here you go, Microsoft:
Let’s take this threat to federal court. Tortious interference? Violation of the 1st Amendment as well as Title 7? Defamation? Cyber-stalking? Violation of the 4th Amendment? Microsoft’s new threats to censor citizens demand a RICO investigation by the Attorney General as well as a class action lawsuit from all Microsoft “customers.”