If you are affected by Microsoft’s stance on this issue or if you are willing to join this cause, there are several things you can do.
You can sign our online petition here. Please forward this petition to your friends.
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If you have a twitter account, make sure to spread your indignation there as well. Make sure you use Microsoft-related hash tags to get more attention, such as:
You can also mention some of Microsoft accounts related to the affected products and services:
- @majornelson – Personal Tweeter account of Larry Hryb, Director of Programming for Xbox Live
- @thomgruhler – Personal Tweeter account of Thom Gruhler, Corp VP for Windows Phone Marketing
Write to Microsoft
Send letters to Microsoft requesting that they change their current system in compliance with EU regulations, to a system that is compatible with the reality that is the Freedom of Movement of European citizens within the EU.
Since Microsoft’s Xbox Live and Windows Phone marketplace are managed through Microsoft Luxembourg, you can write directly to their offices there:
Zoning Industriel CLoche D’Or
NCI Office – Bâtiment Laccolith
20, rue Eugène Rupper
Tel: +352 26 49 37 06
Fax: +352 26 19 63 85
Alternatively, you can also FAX your petition to Microsoft’s Fax number above.
We can’t stress this enough. Under no circumstances you should abuse, threat, intimate or harass anyone as part of this campaign. Always be polite!
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