The new and popular nickname for the new kinect that will be with Microsoft's new Xbox One AKA Xbone,XboxNone and many other nicknames. The name derives from the fact that Microsoft announced that the console will HAVE to ALWAYS be connected to the internet to function. And even stated the new kinect device might be monitoring users to protect against piracy and illegal actions against the console. Many people find this funny and ridiculous of Microsoft while others are truly disturbed and feel uncomfortable having a console that's always connected to the internet, and also has a camera spying on you constantly. Thus Spynect. Wether it is 100% official is currently unknown, but it has become very infamous recently, and is looking very bad for Microsoft at E3 this year, many predict their end as of now.
A patent filed by Microsoft for Kinect describes a camera system that monitors the number of viewers in a room. Content providers will be able to set a threshold which if exceeded would trigger a prompt for the device owner to purchase a license for more viewers.

“The users consuming the content on a display device are monitored so that if the number of user-views licensed is exceeded, remedial action may be taken.” -vg247, Microsoft's official website

Joe: Yo dawg you getting that new Xbox One?

Trish: Hell no, haven't you heard? You cant even play used games on it with out being limited, no promising exclusives besides the typical games, they are trying to turn the damn thing into a Cable Box and it has that damn Spynect! Don't want Microsoft employees fapping to me while I sleep! And it's 500 bucks! I can build a PC for that and have much more for my money's worth.

Joe: 500 for that? Hell no, even if it was cheaper, that shit sounds lame as hell. Microsoft dun fucked it up for real this time, actually I'm gonna make a video on this and let people know. I'm feeling a bit angry...
by Zure the Dark Being June 14, 2013

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