In his prime Digital Transparency Report of all time, Microsoft has revealed that it has intervened in ben 7.3 million cases of violation Xbox community rules and standards in six months.
The inaugural report on digital transparency is part of Microsoft’s commitment “for online safety“. The goal is to publish an updated report every six months so that it can address key topics and do more to” help people understand how play a positive role in the Xbox community“.
During this time frame, the company has examined cases of cheating, inauthentic accounts, adult sexual content, fraud, harassment and bullying, profanity and phishing reported by Xbox users. In total, Microsoft claims to have received 33 million player referrals between January 1 and June 30 this year, with 14.16 million (43%) related to player conduct, 15.23 million (46%) focused on communications and 3.68 million (11%) based on user-generated content.
Of these reports, 2.53 million led to operations that Microsoft calls “reactive” (which are implemented after the breach), while another 4.78 million operations were carried out “proactively” using preventative technologies, bringing the total number up to 7.31 million. In particular, 4.33 million (57% of all trades) they are related to cheating and inauthentic accountsbased on activity detected prior to player reporting.
Meanwhile, Microsoft has unveiled the main screen of the new Xbox Series X | S dashboard coming in 2023.