Many of these products previously had separate terms that were called different names, such as "Xbox Live Terms of Use" or "Skype Terms of Use," and these Terms replace those separate terms. The Privacy Statement also describes how Microsoft uses your content, which is your communications with others; postings or feedback submitted by you to Microsoft via the Services; and the files, photos, documents, audio, digital works, and videos that you upload, store or share through the Services ("Your Content").

You accept these Terms by creating a Microsoft account or Skype account, through your use of the Services, or by continuing to use the Services after being notified of a change to these Terms. By using the Services or agreeing to these Terms, you consent to Microsoft’s collection, use and disclosure of Your Content and Data as described in the Privacy Statement.2. Many of our Services allow you to store or share Your Content or receive material from others. Your Content remains Your Content and you are responsible for it.5. The Services may allow you to access or acquire products, services, websites, links, content, material, games or applications from third parties (companies or people who aren’t Microsoft) ("Third-Party Apps and Services").

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These terms ("Terms") cover the use of Microsoft’s consumer products, websites and services listed here (the "Services"). Please read the Microsoft Privacy Statement (the "Privacy Statement") as it describes the types of data we collect from you and your devices ("Data") and how we use your Data.

For all other Services, if you accepted these Terms by creating a Microsoft account or using any other Service, the entity with which you are contracting, the governing law, and the location to resolve disputes appear below: Your local consumer laws may require some local laws to govern or give you the right to resolve disputes in another forum despite these Terms.

If so, the choice of law and forum provisions in section 10 apply as much as your local consumer laws allow.14. This section, and sections 1, 9 (for amounts incurred before the end of these Terms), 10, 11, 12, 15, and those that by their terms apply after these Terms end will survive any termination or cancellation of these Terms.

If a court or arbitrator holds that we can't enforce a part of these Terms as written, we may replace those terms with similar terms to the extent enforceable under the relevant law, but the rest of these Terms won't change. These Terms are not for the benefit of any other person, except for Microsoft’s successors and assigns.

Section headings are for reference only and have no legal effect.15. Any claim related to these Terms or the Services must be filed in court (or arbitration if section 10(d) applies) within one year of the date you could first file the claim, unless your local law requires a longer time to file claims.

The laws of the province or country where you live govern all other claims (including consumer protection, unfair competition, and tort claims).

If you accepted these Terms by creating a Skype account or using Skype, you and we irrevocably agree to the exclusive jurisdiction and venue of the Luxembourg courts for all disputes arising out of or relating to these Terms or the consumer Skype-branded Services.

The Third-Party Apps and Services may present you with a privacy policy or require you to accept additional terms of use before you can install or use the Third-Party App or Service.

See section 13(b) for additional terms for applications acquired through the Office Store, the Xbox Store or the Windows Store.

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