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Microsoft Quickly Revises “Sexting” Ad For Kin Phone

April 17th, 2010 04:33 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

theodp writes “Microsoft’s Kin mobile phone project came under fire as Consumer Reports and others pointed out that a promotional video looked like an inappropriate endorsement of ‘sexting,’ prompting a quick edit and an apologetic tweet. ‘The video,’ observed Consumer Reports, ‘includes a downright creepy sequence [beginning around 0:33] in which a young man is shown putting a Kin under his shirt and apparently snapping a picture of one of his naked breasts. The breast is then shown on the phone’s screen, just before the guy apparently sends it to someone. Next we see the face of a young woman, seemingly the recipient, with an amused expression…’”

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