In a brief notice today, Microsoft revealed that it has temporarily disabled the ability to upload customer club pics, gamerpics, and club backgrounds. The company cites its ‘record numbers’ as the reason for the temporary change, specifically the way this aids moderators in evaluating and removing offensive images. It’s unclear how long this change will remain in place. As many … Continue reading (Date:03/31/2020 01:52) Read full article >>

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