I do not envy Xbox Live's enforcement moderators. They have an endless and thankless task policing the service's notoriously juvenile user base. And mind-numbing, too, if a the experience offered by "Enforcement United"—Xbox Live's new crowdsourced tattling system—is any indication.
Announced last week, Enforcement United is going to be part of a self-policing strategy designed to tame Xbox Live around the time Xbox One hits the stores. Microsoft has already mentioned that matchmaking and reputational algorithms will be introduced to provide for a more pleasant experience, and potentially ghettoize the real trolls to their own little hell corner of XBL.