Xbox Live director of policy and enforcement, Stephen Toulouse, led a session at Penny Arcade Expo in Seattle, about “air marshals” of the online gaming service — the Microsoft group that monitors gameplay, gamertags and other activities to make sure they comply with the rules. He warmed up the crowd with this Biblical-style reading from what he called the Xbox Live “Book of Enforcement.” The video picks up a few sentences in, after Toulouse introduced the story of a gamer who had signed up for Xbox Live, only to be struck immediately with a common form of temptation, reports.
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