I guess it's interesting, if reading "small print" on legal documents that have no bearing on your life is one of your main hobbies.
This thread makes masturbation seem like a worthwhile and productive pastime that should be taken seriously.
....FYI, Microsoft have recently changed some terms of how their IPs can be exploited by end users. Apparently the terms themselves haven't actually changed but wording has been changed to give more clarity as to what an end user can and cannot do in terms of financially gaining when using a Microsoft owned IP.
I don't get off on reading small print so can't say for sure if that is part of the change of the Xbox Live TOS but I believe it is.
Have better things to do like scratch my backside.