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3-04-2011 @ 9:32AM
Robin and Lisa you were spot on, as usual. Guild masters can only do so much to "Police" (ha ha) the actions of their members, but when inappropriate behavior like this does come to light and guild kick and GM report are definitely the way to go. May I add that in most US states (since the writer said he was not a US resident) having sexually charged conversations online with a minor or encouraging a minor to provide sexually explicit photos or text messages is against the law. I know for a fact that several state and federal law enforcement agencies actively police all kinds of online chat rooms, forums and even MMO's. I don't say that because I'm privy to the secret workings of the CIA's Online Creep Squad. It's on the news all the time. As a guild master, I think this kind of activity should be discouraged not just because it tends to cause drama, but you really don't know who is on the other side of that avatar. I would express my concern and keep an eye on a couple who were sneaking off to their own private vent channel unless I knew for a fact they were both over 18. These things can so easily lead to guild drama and may lead to some serious real life legal problems for one or both of the persons involved.
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