Microsofts response to cut off supply to China: unswervingly providing services to Chinese users

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 Microsofts response to cut off supply to China: unswervingly providing services to Chinese users


In this regard, some we media interpreted it as Microsofts new claim that it will not be responsible for the interruption of the supply of windows in China..

The surging news reporter inquired the official website of Microsoft and found that this clause already existed in the Microsoft Service Agreement released on July 1, 2019.

This clause already exists in the Microsoft Service Agreement released on July 1, 2019.

Moreover, this agreement is not only aimed at Chinese mainland, and surging journalists have access to Microsoft and the United States and the UK service agreement respectively.

There is no such sentence in the US version of the service agreement.

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }The British version of the service agreement has the same clause as the Chinese version. It can be seen that this exemption clause for some overseas markets in Microsofts service agreement has existed at least a year ago. It may be a general operation of the company to avoid political risks, not specific events in the near future. Source: surging news editor: Zhang Lei_ NB16011

The British version of the service agreement has the same clause as the Chinese version.

It can be seen that this exemption clause for some overseas markets in Microsofts service agreement has existed at least a year ago. It may be a general operation of the company to avoid political risks, not specific events in the near future.