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9-22-2010 @ 11:12PM
As far as I'm concerned, this is botting. As a matter of fact, Basil, in a recent Ask An Auctioneer you told someone to report a person who appeared to be doing exactly what this addon does. (Sept. 1, 2010 Gold Capped, question from Simon) So... what gives? A few weeks ago you told Simon to report someone using what appeared to be this addon, now you're telling people to use it? Regardless, I hope people using this gets banned. If not the letter of the ToS, it breaks the spirit.
9-22-2010 @ 11:50PM
The day we need to worry about a ban for breaking the "spirit" of the ToS will mark the beginning of the end. Imagine if we had to avoid breaking the spirit of the law. That basically sets up grounds for bans/arrests based on... well, anything. Way too subjective.
9-23-2010 @ 12:35AM
We do have to, many times, worry about breaking the spirit of the law. If not in criminal court, then in Civil Court. How do you think that people that exploit loopholes in laws are prosecuted? It's a loophole that gets them around the law, but yet because it breaks the SPIRIT of the law, they are able to many times be prosecuted via criminal or sued in the civil courts.
9-23-2010 @ 12:39AM
you can get banned any time a GM *thinks* you're breaking the TOS. There's a lot of judgment involved.
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