Man Microsoft seems to be doing everything in their power to keep people away.

#31Hucast9Posted 3/26/2014 11:15:50 PM
Apex-Player posted...

Have them look through your kinect well their at it.
smh, no.

What if you started having a private conversation or were rattling off your CC numbers over the phone or some crap when they finally got around to 'popping' in for a visit. That stuff won't be instant and you're all to willing to give up peoples privacy for something you could use the mute function for.


What do you think happens in mmorpgs like Final Fantasy XI, chief? If you try to mpk someone in that game or if you try to do anything remotely against the terms of service, a GM will evesdrop on you to see what's going on, then they will jail you for a few days. I'm talking about paid workers who go to work for 8 hours a day to suspend anyone who is disruptive.

If I wanted to have a private conversation, then it would be face to face. Xbox Live is a community. Large groups of people inevitably create a need for a hierarchy that will maintain order. Privacy is face to face, not Xbox Live.
#32Apex-PlayerPosted 3/26/2014 11:37:02 PM
Hucast9 posted...
Apex-Player posted...

Have them look through your kinect well their at it.
smh, no.

What if you started having a private conversation or were rattling off your CC numbers over the phone or some crap when they finally got around to 'popping' in for a visit. That stuff won't be instant and you're all to willing to give up peoples privacy for something you could use the mute function for.


What do you think happens in mmorpgs like Final Fantasy XI, chief? If you try to mpk someone in that game or if you try to do anything remotely against the terms of service, a GM will evesdrop on you to see what's going on, then they will jail you for a few days. I'm talking about paid workers who go to work for 8 hours a day to suspend anyone who is disruptive.

If I wanted to have a private conversation, then it would be face to face. Xbox Live is a community. Large groups of people inevitably create a need for a hierarchy that will maintain order. Privacy is face to face, not Xbox Live.


I was talking about after someone gets off the game but his xbox is still on, watching netflix or whatever else they do in the privacy of their own home.
They aren't going to instantaneously hop in and eavesdrop the second you are reported the community is to large even at 3million for that nonsense. Allowing them free reign to just 'pop' in anytime after you get reported is beyond idiotic.
I couldn't careless how MMOs handle that crap, I don't play them. Giving them more rights to spy is just dumb as **** and people who get their feelings hurt from verbal abuse already have options to avoid it. If they can't use a mute button or leave a lobby that's on them man.
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#33Homie_202(Topic Creator)Posted 3/26/2014 11:53:22 PM
Apex-Player posted...
Hucast9 posted...
I think that the whole idea of an automated punishment system is a failure. Microsoft needs to hire some game masters who can evesdrop on people who are reported. Based on what the game masters see or hear, action can be taken against someone.

So for example, suppose you're being extremely rude by playing loud music, and I am hearing that through your mic. I report you for disruptive communication. After I report you, someone immediately evesdrops on you to see what's going on. They see that you are making noise, then they warn you. If you continue, then you get suspended from Xbox Live for a day. I would be in favor of this.


Have them look through your kinect well their at it.
smh, no.
What if you started having a private conversation or were rattling off your CC numbers over the phone or some crap when they finally got around to 'popping' in for a visit. That stuff won't be instant and you're all to willing to give up peoples privacy for something you could use the mute function for.

Some people man.


This. That's what the mute button is for.
#34Homie_202(Topic Creator)Posted 3/26/2014 11:55:09 PM
Sorbetowulf posted...
Team_Ninja posted...
Why not allow gamers to police themselves? Why not let us ban, mute, censor bad gamers? We can do it ourselves.


You figure that's going to go better than having them which we pay to access the system sorting through complaints and sifting through legit complaints and troll complaints?


That's the biggest problem with this system. It doesn't seem as though anyone is going to even be looking at the complaints. They all just work against you and if you get too many your outta here. Every complaint that someone files just lowers your rep.
#35DEMONPANDA212Posted 3/27/2014 12:03:05 AM
ElPolloDiablo87 posted...
I'm torn. It has the potential to get rid of jerks but it also seems to have the potential to allow said jerks to report regular players just for being better or for the hell of it.


Yup, this.
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#36Hucast9Posted 3/27/2014 12:08:11 AM
It doesn't matter what you say or what I say. For thousands of years, whereever there has been a large gathering of people, a hierachy has formed to maintain order. Anywhere where money flows, and a large amount of people gather, there is a hierarchy. Xbox Live is no exception.

The fact of the matter is that Xbox Live is not yours. Xbox Live belongs to Microsoft, and if Microsoft wants to use that system in the U.S., then they are subject to U.S. laws and regulations. Apex, you have no right to 100% privacy on Xbox Live. Your 100% privacy begins and ends while physically being in a room face to face with someone.
#37CKnightPosted 3/27/2014 12:08:20 AM
This isn't as bad as the tons of people including myself losing a lot of bought DLC and games off of PSN on the PS3. Transactions and download history disappearing and Sony not knowing what to do to fix the problem.

And they're tying to charge for this mess of a network. Hopefully PSN on the PS4 isn't as janky.
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#38XxReklawxXPosted 3/27/2014 12:16:47 AM
yeah if you screw up a kids kd they will rage...
not in bf4 though..

bf4 is just for actual shooter lovers.

especially the new naval maps..
sodope.
#39nb003_99Posted 3/27/2014 12:23:38 AM
Homie_202 posted...
I just don't get the need for the new reporting system. Yes I understand that there are people who genuinely need to be punished on live. But this is honestly going too far. I have had tons of complaints against me on xbox plain and simple because I win against another tema. Hell one of my friends got banned for like 2 or 3 weeks because another team got upset that he destroyed them. The guy who he went up against then got his entire friends list to file a complaint against him. And the worst part is after my friend won they all sent him a bunch of hate mail. So why does Microsoft seem to be wanting to kill their system with everything they release? This almost makes me wish I didn't even have an xbox and was just done with MS altogether.


Sucks to be your friend, homie.
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#40Tyronelio1Posted 3/27/2014 12:25:50 AM
XxReklawxX posted...
yeah if you screw up a kids kd they will rage...
not in bf4 though..

bf4 is just for actual shooter lovers.

especially the new naval maps..
sodope.


XxReklawxX posted...
yeah if you screw up a kids kd they will rage...
not in bf4 though..

bf4 is just for actual shooter lovers.

especially the new naval maps..
sodope.


XxReklawxX posted...
yeah if you screw up a kids kd they will rage...
not in bf4 though..

bf4 is just for actual shooter lovers.

especially the new naval maps..
sodope.


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