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8-11-2011 @ 11:16PM
A child needs to be protected from some of the vastness of the "evils" of the real world while they develop their own senses of "norms". Yes, children need to be raised to go out on their own once they are reaching adulthood, but there are times and places as a child grows for them to "see the real world". Otherwise they end up entering our "real world" thinking that bashing people for their color, creed, or beliefs is the popular norm of society.The game is rated "T" for teen, but regardless of that the BANNABLE content that people regularly post in public areas in game are very prevalent. Recently I saw a blue responding to a poster complaining about a similar issue where it seems the gms have become more lax in how they police such things, to which he responded that Blizz has changed nothing in how they handle such complaints. So either that was wrong, or people as a whole just report slanderous speech far less than they used to.
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