Great earthquake! Microsoft’s sudden statement: Windows may cut off supply to China!not responsible

Recently, Microsoft updated the Microsoft service agreement on its official website, stating that if Microsoft is unable to perform or delays performance of its obligations due to force majeure, Microsoft will not assume any responsibility or obligation for this, and the new agreement will officially take effect on October 1.

Recently, Microsoft updated the Microsoft Services Agreement with some intriguing terms.

According to the agreement, if the U.S. government prohibits Microsoft from using Microsoft software for any Chinese enterprise, institution or individual, Microsoft will not be responsible.

Microsoft updates the service agreement, if the “break of supply” is not responsible

The latest version of the Microsoft Agreement will go into effect on October 1.

Clause b of the limitation of liability clause states:

Microsoft is not responsible for Microsoft’s failure to perform or delay in performance of its obligations due to circumstances beyond Microsoft’s reasonable control (for example, industrial disputes, force majeure, acts of war or terrorism, malicious sabotage, accident, or compliance with any applicable law or government order). No responsibility or liability is assumed for this.

If the U.S. government also issues a ban on Microsoft, Microsoft may not be able to continue to support Windows services, and will not bear any consequences arising therefrom, and will only do its best to avoid the impact.

In the latest version of the agreement, the contracting entity, choice of law and place of dispute resolution states:

“When you use all other services in accordance with these terms, you are entering into a contract with Microsoft Corporation, One Microsoft Way, Redmond, WA 98052, USA, and for those services, these terms will be governed by the State of Washington, regardless of conflict of law principles. Jurisdiction. The state or federal courts in King County, Washington, United States shall have non-exclusive jurisdiction.”

If there is an opinion, sorry, you are going to Washington to file a lawsuit!

e. Other Services. When you use all other services in accordance with these terms, you are contracting with Microsoft Corporation, One Microsoft Way, Redmond, WA 98052, USA, and for those services, these terms will be governed by the laws of the State of Washington, regardless of conflict of law principles jurisdiction. The state or federal courts in King County, Washington, USA have non-exclusive jurisdiction.

Also, even though you spent the money, Microsoft doesn’t acknowledge that the software was sold to you, it just gave you a license, which can be terminated at any time for some reason

What’s even more unpredictable is, do you know which mailbox I saw this email from? is from the trash can! A place I almost never look:

In order to verify the authenticity of this email, I also read the original text of the email:

It was indeed issued by Microsoft, and then the agreement was directly redirected to Microsoft’s official website. It seems that Microsoft is also ready to cut off the supply to China!

The agreement will go into effect on October 1, 2020:

It seems that the operating system can only pin its hopes on Linux and Huawei’s Hongmeng.

 

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