Blizzard announced via the customer support forum that it will take proactive steps to quell some of the unsavory behavior on Moon Guard (US), a server notable for its infamous Goldshire inn naughty shenanigans. After a father posted about canceling his son's account because of the general and trade chats on the Moon Guard server, Blizzard customer service responded in definitive terms -- Moon Guard's Goldshire will be actively "patrolled" by customer service team members.
Check out the full Blizzard response after the break.
This is the first time the customer service team has taken a preemptive, proactive approach to dealing with this type of rule-breaking behavior. Moon Guard is infamous for its roleplay community, but this move by Blizzard should definitely not be seen as a slight against their acceptance of roleplayers in general. The policy is laid out for those who would want to roleplay in the general chat channels, and Moon Guard residents can rest assured that their private conversations are not being monitored for harassment policy infractions. Unsolicited /tells, however, are definitely against the rules, especially when they involve unwanted language, descriptions, vulgarity or innuendo.
Blizzard has a fairly comprehensive In-Game Harassment Policy that can be found here for your perusal. Moon Guardians, my only advice to you is to keep it to party chat -- that sultry human death knight at the bar you're eyeing might not appreciate that /tell in the way it was intended.