Microsoft’s online retail store for India, operated by Indian company Quasar Media, remains offline today after hackers breached the website's defenses and stole user account information and passwords over the…
I considered it safe given that the full email addresses and usernames were not disclosed. As they stand, the passwords are worthless without the other credentials required to log into various services online. The information released in that article image is actually less information than would normally be released by Anonymous when they upload data to Pastebin, for example.
Also, it is important that people are aware that it was an Indian company Quasar Media that owned and operated the site, not Microsoft themselves. I can't imagine Microsoft being aware of unencrypted customer information prior to this incident, and I very much doubt they'd have allowed it to continue had they found out.
A lot of those email addresses can be figured out by looking at the other data. 119 and 130 shows that your attempt to censor blocks out just about 5 characters. So most of the email addresses can be figured out anyway using their first and last name from reference. I'd atleast censor their last name too.