Yesterday, Netease technology looked up the text and found that the current service agreement (website: www.microsoft.com/zh-cn/servicesagreement/ uff09The force majeure clause already exists in China, proving that it existed at least last year, even long ago.
12. B. Microsoft shall not be liable or liable for any failure or delay in the performance of Microsofts obligations due to circumstances beyond Microsofts reasonable control, such as labor disputes, force majeure, acts of war or terrorism, malicious damage, accidents or compliance with any applicable law or government order. Microsoft will do its best to reduce the impact of these events and fulfill its obligations not affected.
In addition, there are similar expressions on the official websites of other countries.
Therefore, this no responsibility clause has been in place all the time, not because of the temporary intention of the tiktok incident in recent days, but as a conventional way for multinational companies to avoid political risks in their actual business operations.
Source: Wang Fengzhi, editor in charge of Netease science and Technology Report_ NT2541