I'm going to open myself up here, but I've got broad shoulders and can take any ridicule that might result. That said here goes:
I came across a nude (full) photo, that was taken recently that was so gorgeous and so well done, that I had to have it. Yes, I did have the persons permission, as I know her.
The photo was reminiscent of photos that one would find in Playboy circa the '60's. I uploaded the photo so SkyDrive, along with some other photos that I have had on there for quite some time.
Yesterday (Sunday) my SkyDrive App would not connect. I was getting an error message. So I went directly to SkyDrive and immediately was hit with a pop up that said my account had been suspended for violation of their T.O.S. Needless to say I was shocked. I followed the instructions and sent an e-mail.
I then went and read through the T.O.S., and was surprised to find that nude photos were not allowed on SKyDrive. Whoa! What I upload should be no ones concern but mine. Ha!
This morning I received an e-mail and was surprised to find that the photo I mentioned above apparently triggered something, because it was specifically mentioned. The e-mail went on to say: "This is just an exampleof a photo considered to be inappropriate. Please review all of your photos andremove any that violate our policy. Some examples of what isn’t permittedinclude pictures of babies or small children where genitalia is exposed, orpictures of children or adults that depict any partial or full nudity."
No, I don't have any baby or small children, that is just sick! But I do of the other, and they are all tasteful. Not pornographic by any means. So, I guess pictures that I have of women breat feeding would be deemed innapropriate too?
I do intend to contact Microsoft personally about this. Yea I know Good Luck with that...
And here I thought Google was intrusive beyond the norm!