Report abuse on Windows Live Servers

Microsoft constantly working to deliver Windows Live users with levels of privacy, safety, and security similar to their expectations even if offline. However, Cannon emphasized that ensuring a high standard of security and privacy was a process in which end users could chip in by flagging malicious and inappropriate content themselves, revealed Jamie Cannon. Microsoft […]

Microsoft constantly working to deliver Windows Live users with levels of privacy, safety, and security similar to their expectations even if offline. However, Cannon emphasized that ensuring a high standard of security and privacy was a process in which end users could chip in by flagging malicious and inappropriate content themselves, revealed Jamie Cannon.

Microsoft still depends on Live users participating with feedback to bulletproofing the client or services made available against threats. Users can report any abuse at Support Live, in addition to following direct links:

Messenger: Report abuse | Hotmail: Report abuse | Spaces: Report abuse | SkyDrive: Report abuse | Calendar: Report abuse
Events: Report abuse | Groups: Report abuse | People: Report abuse | Profile: Report abuse

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