Xbox has today unveiled its second Transparency Report, which “details the continued efforts to better protect our players and illustrates our safety measures in action”. The full report is available to download now on the Xbox website.
The report spans July to December 2022, and some of the key takeaways from that period include an increased focus on getting rid of inappropriate content such as offensive gestures and crude humour, a continued emphasis on catching bots and other inauthentic accounts, and proactive measures being a “key driver for safer player experiences”.
Following the publication of the report, Xbox boss Phil Spencer had the following to say on social media:
“Investing in trust and safety is a top priority at Xbox. Today, we released our second Transparency Report, which continues to put clarity behind the work we do to protect our players.”
The full report is a lengthy and fascinating read, and it’s great to see Xbox continuing to be as transparent as possible when it comes to player safety. The team says it will “continue to invest in innovation, work in close collaboration with industry partners and regulators, and collect feedback from the community” in order to improve things further.
If you’d rather not go through entire thing, here are a couple of key slides we’ve picked out:
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