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9-17-2007 @ 11:09AM
If soliciting to known adults, I don't see a problem, so long as the potentially offensive chat stays within the guild chat. Solicitations in-game to others to joins should not be permitted. These people likely know who the core members are from real life, and thus they can verify each other, and thus accept new members thereby verified in real life to be consenting adults. There is no other way to confirm the true age of the person, thus in-game guild invites and solicitations should not be permitted. They should police themselves. Failing to do so, and despite what the guild leader thinks, Blizzard should dissolve the guild. Blizzard should make it clear to the guild leaders that any verified solicitation in-game for new members will result in forced disbanding.
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