I'm sure people will abuse the "anti hate speech" form. If Microsoft is anything like Facebook (with their "real name" policy, or whatever they're calling it now), they will be working closely with governments and corporations to ensure opinions outside the biased realm of of what they talk about on news shows like Fox Newsget censored. Reasons why one should vote for the next Bernie Sanders will be censored. Reasons why Trump is a nonstop hate-mongering machine, or why Clinton may or may not be a murderer will be censored. On the other hand, reasons why the US should continue bombing the **** out of Muslim states will be encouraged. Likewise for statements about how canceling welfare, or allowing the rich to live tax-free will also be encouraged.
Whether you feel one way or another with any of the above, you should still be granted the right to talk about these and other issues. Facebook has been using it's "anti-abuse" policies to stop this kind of speech. Who's to say Microsoft won't be next? After all, Microsoft was probably inspired by Facebook's other sins, which could be why Microsoft has become the controlling, surveillance-happy company it is today.