Microsoft monitors even private folder on SkyDrive for infringing content

Microsoft monitors even private folder on SkyDrive for infringing content

It is now confirmed that Microsoft would suspend your SkyDrive account if they find content stored on it that goes against the terms and conditions.

This is applicable even on content that is stored in private folders not open to web users.

At least two cases have been reported in the recent times. There are likely more.

We are yet to see similar reports about other cloud storage services like Dropbox and Google Drive.

I personally have faced a similar issue with Flickr when they removed one of my private videos that had copyrighted content.

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