Legal Use of License Transferring

I wish to know something to ensure to that I do not commit fraud or theft of the xbox live marketplace. This quote is from the xbox 360 DRM FAQ:

'To enable someone else's Xbox Live account to use your content licenses, you must download your xbox live profile and then transfer your content licenses to that person's Xbox 360 console. After you've downloaded your xbox live profile and transferred your content licenses to another Xbox 360 console, the content can be used by all the profiles on that console.'

Also here is a quote from section G of Code of Conduct in reference that it is within legal use to share account information in regarding DRM policy:

'Use discretion when deciding to share your name and location in your profile and when recording or sharing content you create. If you wish to share any other personal information with another player, please do so by a non-public method.'

The Xbox live mail service is a non commercial, non public service provided in which messages can be privately sent to other players. And though it says to not lend, transfer, or allow access to your account; if you have been given authorization by the account owner in compliance with DRM policy to update your system with a friend's licenses in order to download and use said game content, then is it still committing fraud/theft of the marketplace and if yes then how so?


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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 2 Applies to: