Anybody has noticed this here: https://www.theregister.co.uk/2018/03/28/microsoft_services_agreement_bars_offensive_language/ Short gist: If you uses a private license for Microsoft's online services (which includes Office 365, all of it), share/publish something there that someone else find offensive and reports it to MS, MS reserves the right to investigate, and to suspend your MS account. Personally, I find this a worrisome intrusion on privacy. Nor surprising – MS is on this path for quite some time – but still worrisome. Even though MS makes it clear that they do not routinely spy on their users, they make it clear that they CAN. As The Register writes in the article: "But the new agreement is problematic because it hints at far broader and frankly creepy interventions involving rifling through people's private files, if someone is upset at another user. Which in light of recent revelations about abuse of personal data on the internet, just isn’t a good look no matter that the agreement was probably drafted with good intentions." I have said it before, and say it now again, that one should think hard about using MS products for producing commercial products, like novels or such. If you insist on using MS, one should make sure using commercial licenses (including for Windows 10). This might seem harsh and overly cautious to some, but it means to be on the legally safer side.