NeoGAF crying about XB1M13. Here's the full agreement.

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User Info: ReconXBL

ReconXBL
3 years ago#1
http://pastebin.com/vec6vjv5

Not sure why NeoGAF is in tears over this. o_o
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User Info: micheal82

micheal82
3 years ago#2
The people over at NeoGaf whine about anything to do the X1. If someone from MS's Xbox division saves a puppy from a burning building they would be whining about how MS hates cats.
I can shoot a whole load into a guys face and they just brush it off. - Psquared34

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Prodozul
3 years ago#3
What's this for?

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GRU_Commander
3 years ago#4
Just have to see if it works out. Sometimes you have to pay your freight to get where your going.
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Go faq yourself

User Info: ECOsvaldo

ECOsvaldo
3 years ago#5
So, not only does this information come out, but on the same day Larry "I don't know why I call myself Major Nelson since I was never in the military" Hyrb tells people to stop wasting "your time bickering with one another about platform superiority":

http://www.gamespot.com/articles/xbox-one-and-ps4-will-sell-a-ton-online-hate-needs-to-go-away-microsoft-says/1100-6417197/

Coincidence? I THINK NOT!
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Kupo_Mog_Kupo
3 years ago#6
Is it a surprise that if they are paying someone to promote something that they wouldn't want them to be negative dough.
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User Info: ECOsvaldo

ECOsvaldo
3 years ago#7
Plus, this is considered illegal according to the FTC guidelines:

The FTC guidelines on new media have created garnered the greatest attention in the popular press. The guidelines expanded the need to disclose "material connections" between an advertiser and endorser in circumstances where the connection might not be obvious to the consumer. In this context, the FTC made explicit application of the Guideline’s principles to bloggers and other "non traditional" media. The rules may actually be more stringent for new media than for traditional media (including radio and television). The FTC’s believes that people expect that a newspaper or broadcast reviewer, for example, may have received the books they review, or saw the movie they critique, for free. However, the public is unlikely to be harmed as the traditional media reviewer has an unbiased editor or supervisor to review their comments, so the reviewer’s opinions are less likely to be swayed by the free stuff they receive. The FTC distinguishes the blogger, who receives "swag" directly and may not have any sort of supervision and review for his or her on-line comments. Thus, the FTC guidelines suggest that the fact that the blogger got the free stuff is not public knowledge, and thus the receipt of the free stuff must be disclosed (even for low-value product samples if there is a continuous flow of such items). The key is whether the reviewer reasonably expects to continue to receive free product for review. Advertisers are required to train and monitor "their" bloggers for compliance and to insure product claims aren’t being made beyond what the advertiser could otherwise support. Radio stations that have independent bloggers or other new media producers, who are not under the direct supervision of station management, may need to be sure that these people are aware of the need to disclose the "material connections" with advertisers or promoters of products, and that bloggers or other new media producers who have disclosed "material connections" not make claims about products that the product’s owner could not itself make in advertising that it runs.

SOURCE: http://www.broadcastlawblog.com/2009/12/articles/new-ftc-guidelines-on-endorsements-and-sponsorship-disclosure-broadcasters-and-new-media-companies-beware/


Note: "Material Connections" include both free items and payment.
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TheM00d
3 years ago#8
Prodozul posted...
What's this for?
GT- CCCC0MB0BREAKER
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User Info: Evel138

Evel138
3 years ago#9
ECOsvaldo posted...
So, not only does this information come out, but on the same day Larry "I don't know why I call myself Major Nelson since I was never in the military" Hyrb tells people to stop wasting "your time bickering with one another about platform superiority":

http://www.gamespot.com/articles/xbox-one-and-ps4-will-sell-a-ton-online-hate-needs-to-go-away-microsoft-says/1100-6417197/

Coincidence? I THINK NOT!


Umm, I don't really care about any of your other BS, but just FYI, "Larry 'I don't know why I call myself Major Nelson since I was never in the military' Hyrb" has stated on many occasions that the GT derives from the character of the same name from "I dream of Jeannie".
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User Info: ECOsvaldo

ECOsvaldo
3 years ago#10
Prodozul posted...
What's this for?

Microsoft is sending emails to big Youtube channels, and offering up to 3$ per 1k views if they promote the Xbox One (which is, according to FTC guidelines, illegal):

http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showthread.php?t=753566
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