I would guess because it’s a natural disaster. And natural disasters are offensive.
It’s Microsoft’s policy with offensive terms I guess.
Because they want to teach everyone correct spelling.
> I would guess because it’s a natural disaster. And natural disasters are offensive.
> It’s Microsoft’s policy with offensive terms I guess.
That’s a good guess, but it’s actually because the same filter that Microsoft applies to maps is also applied to Service Tags, and the guy manning that filter is hideously incompetent.
It’s a Microsoft problem, so 343 can’t do anything about it. You can try contacting -Yoink!- tech support, but they’ll just refer you to 343 (they have a habit of talking out of their -Yoink- and not having any understanding of or care for issues with the filter). Until it starts costing Microsoft money and customers, they won’t give a single damn to fix it. Nothing anyone can do.
Because you touch yourself at night
Microsoft is straight up weird.
it wouldnt let me use ‘wasp’ either