A feature named ‘Upload Studio’ on the Xbox One allows users to share clips of their gameplay, but already some individuals have been banned for including recordings of “excessive profanity”.Gamers can upload footage from games that feature swearing and extreme violence but are not allowed to swear themselves in commentaries.It was only a matter of time before Play Station users exploited and defiled the live-streaming feature.At the moment the feature is open for any gamer to publicly display all manner of X-rated shenanigans before they are banned.One of the new ways Play Station is hoping to bring gamers together is by letting users broadcast their gaming live through Twitch, via a peripheral camera.One game, called "Playroom," records you in your living room playing with virtual creations -- and that's where the problem started.As such, our advice is to report it right away and our staff will be quick to act on it if they haven't already.In terms of privacy settings, those are up are to the respective devices.”Although the Xbox One hasn’t been affected by these particular issues (Twitch has yet to launch on Microsoft’s console) it has been having its own difficulties in managing gamers’ behaviour.
These difficulties have long been apparent for the online communities that create and stream gaming content, but they are usually dealt with by the players themselves or simply ignored.
As reported by website Game Revolution, the couple sat on their sofa drinking until the woman passed out.
He then lifted her shirt and exposed her breast for "about 15 minutes." After that he went one step further by briefly turning off the broadcast only to return with the unconscious woman completely stripped naked.
But what really needs to be considered when exploring a solution?
Instead of sharing FIFA wonder goals or "Call of Duty" action, a PS4 owner has used the new live-streaming feature to expose his wife's breast and strip her naked for the whole gaming community to see.