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On Thursday, Microsoft Studios creative director Adam Orth sent out a slew of tweets implying that he saw nothing wrong with rumors of Microsoft's next Xbox, codenamed Durango, requiring an "always-on" Internet connection to function. Unsurprisingly, the backlash from users was massive, and Orth ended up setting his Twitter account to private, but by then it was too late.
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Microsoft apologizes for employee's Xbox Durango 'always-online' tweets, claims customer centric approach http://t.co/JF2sjPLgdj by @epro

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