Thanks for using Microsoft products and services. It says products and services, so it could contain a lot of things from Office software to Hotmail/msn/Outlook email accounts to all other Microsoft offers – hardware or software. It could also contain the Oem software that came with the computer that you might have used before installing linus. The amendment to the agreement is aimed at all those who have used Microsoft in the past, in the present and perhaps also in the future. These updates, summarized below, come into effect on May 1, 2018. If you continue to use our products or services on or after May 1, 2018, you will agree to the updated terms and conditions of the Microsoft Services agreement. The full Microsoft Services agreement is available here. You can also find out more about these updates on our FAQ page here, including a summary of the most remarkable changes. Updates to Microsoft Services agreements take effect at Ma y 1, 20 18. If you continue to use our products and services on or after Ma y 1, 20 18, accept the update to the Microsoft Services agreement. For more than a year. Read the current response to answers.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook_com/forum/all/update-to-microsoft-service-agreement-scam/d9e3abfd-b540-40b7-b4b7-c4f630b46dbd Interesting because I don`t use Microsoft products in my Linux system. Your service contract has been clarifiedHello, you will receive this email because we update the Microsoft Services agreement that applies to one or more Microsoft products or services that you use.

We present these updates to clarify our terms and conditions and ensure they remain transparent to you, as well as to cover new Microsoft products, services and features. The Microsoft Services agreement is an agreement between you and Microsoft (or one of its affiliates) that governs your use of Microsoft Consumer online products and services. Once you have registered, your account will be part of our service contract. If you do not accept our service contract, your account will be closed. Thanks for using Microsoft products and services. “In most cases, your games or purchases will not be removed if the Xbox Live account is permanently blocked. All previously downloaded games, apps or features that can be used offline remain accessible to the blocked account. However, content or features that require online services cannot be used by the account, such as the ability to purchase new content.

B, and without a specific Xbox One console that allows you to download content again through other accounts. ” www.microsoft.com/en-us/servicesagreement/upcoming-updates.aspx You can read the full agreement from Microsoft Services here. You can also find out more about these updates on our FAQ page here, including a summary of the most remarkable changes. The updates to the Microsoft Services agreement are implemented up to 1, 20 20 in Oc. If you continue to use our products and services from or after 1, 20 20, accept the update to the Microsoft Services agreement. If you don`t agree, you can end the use of products and services and close your Microsoft account before these conditions take effect. If you are a parent or legal guardian, you are responsible for the use of Microsoft products and services by your child or teen, including purchases. Thanks for using Microsoft products and services. “Call Head News. Reception: from 10.253.50.154 of atlas306.free.mail.gq1.yahoo.com with HTTP; Thus, 30 August 2020 23:09:07 -000 Way back: Received: from 207.46.200.15 (EHLO smtpi.msn.com) to 10,253.50.154 with SMT; So, 30 August 2020 23:09:07 -000X-Originating Ip: [207.46.200.15]Received-SPF: pass (Communication.microsoft.com domain designated 207.46.200.15 as legitimate sender)Authentication results: atlas306.free.mail.gq1.yahoo.com; dkim-pass header.i=@communication.microsoft.com header.s1024; smtp.mailfrom-communication.microsoft.com spf-pass; dmarc-success (p-REJECT) header.from-communication.microsoft.com; If Legit, I wonder what kind of change Microsoft users will see? Perhaps the long-standing “annual user tax”? Yes, yes.

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