Microsoft news recap: privacy issues extend to Xbox, LinkedIn blocked 21.6 million fake accounts, and more

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Microsoft news summary is a weekly feature that highlights the main Microsoft news from last week. Sit down, have a coffee and enjoy reading!

Microsoft's privacy issues expand to Xbox users according to contractors

Following the company's recent privacy dispute over hiring contractors to hear Skype translation calls, Microsoft has now been criticized for contractors who use data on Xbox, such as listening to audio fragments. Microsoft has not confirmed the accusations made by some of its former contractors.


LinkedIn blocked 21.6 million fake accounts in the first half of 2019

LinkedIn has provided information on how many fake accounts you have dealt with In general, 98% of fake accounts have been treated by their automated systems, resulting in a total of 21.6 million fake accounts blocked between January and June 2019.

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Scarlett project: Microsoft talks about the next big increase Xbox console CPU

The next Microsoft Xbox console, currently known as Project Scarlett, is expected to get a huge increase in CPU performance, according to Microsoft.

  Xbox One on E3 2018

Minecraft Earth's closed beta will arrive on Android devices next week, you can sign up now

Next week, the closed beta for Minecraft Earth is released on Android. Interested Android users can register now.

All for this week. We will be back next week with more news from Microsoft.

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