Important statements were made about Microsoft’s leaked plans. While the Xbox boss expressed that he was disturbed by what happened, the FTC claimed that the source of the leak was Microsoft itself…
Our careful readers have noticed that we have been frequently making news about the US-based technology giant Microsoft lately. This is because the company filed a lawsuit with the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC). documents leaked. So with these leaks Xbox Series X/S renewals All features and prices have been revealed. Also the company next generation Some information about the consoles has also emerged. With all this, Microsoft plans to buy Some game studios were also exposed as of yesterday.
Now, there have been new developments regarding all this. xbox boss Phil Spencermade statements about what happened. The statement reveals that the company is not happy with what happened. Explaining that he did not want these to happen, Spencer said: that they learned a lesson and states that they will try to prevent such leaks from occurring. Let’s take a closer look at the statement made by Phil Spencer.
Phil Spencer’s post on X:
We’ve seen the buzz around old emails and documents. It’s frustrating to see our team’s work shared in this way because so much has changed and there’s so much to be excited about now and in the future. We will share actual plans when we are ready.
This is not the only post of the Xbox boss on the subject. One for its employees email sender Spencer said this email needed to focus on the right places.
The following statements were used in that e-mail:
According to the FTC, the source of the leaks is Microsoft itself…
Even though the Xbox boss somehow defended themselves, the FTC is like the Xbox boss not thinking. In fact, according to officials, the source of the leak is Microsoft itself. A signed by Judge Jacqueline Scott Corley in the documentMicrosoft was given a link to upload documents, Microsoft added this link on September 14. uploaded documents is reported. According to the document, after uploading the documents, Microsoft claimed that some information was not public and requested that the documents be removed. In other words, within a few days, Microsoft both uploaded documents voluntarily and downloaded these documents. asked for removal…
Panos Panay, the Name Behind Windows 10 and 11, Resigned from Microsoft
So what will happen next? Microsoft will re-upload the paperwork by September 22nd and provide verification that there are no public issues with this. Let’s see what information the new documents will provide us with about Microsoft.