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Microsoft legalized pirates

April 27 forcibly disconnected from the service, Xbox Live Xbox 360 could go online. All consoles, which were previously banned `` Microsoft, were able to connect to Xbox Live, while having a free `ce

April 27 forcibly disconnected from the service, Xbox Live Xbox 360 could go online. About this site Kotaku reported with reference to the numerous testimonies of users. All consoles, which were previously banned `` Microsoft, were able to connect to Xbox Live, while having a free `Silver` status. Eyewitnesses report that `banned` users will be able to download game demos, trailers, and other free content. A similar situation is observed for the first time the existence of Xbox Live service. However, some users have already announced that once again denied access to the network. Analysts have linked these actions on the part of Microsoft`s network outage PlayStation Network, which is offline for a week due to hacker attacks. PSN is an analogue of Xbox Live for the rival PlayStation 3 console. It is not clear, will the `AI` Xbox 360 users will operate temporarily or permanently. No official comments from Microsoft have not yet received. Xbox Live service was organized in late 2002 as a network linking the Xbox. It allows you to play multiplayer modes of games, download games, additions and updates to them, demos, videos, audio and other content. Also, using it, users can communicate in text, audio and video chats. With the advent of the Xbox 360 service several times changed its interface and built a functional. Since the Xbox 360 was hacked, and it became possible to run pirated games, Microsoft introduced the practice of forced opening of consoles from the Xbox Live service. This is primarily in droves in the form of single stock. So, in November 2009, Microsoft `banned`, nearly 2 million consoles worldwide, which from that moment no longer able to log into the network Xbox Live

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