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bill_of_rights [2010/01/25 02:08]
zobeid created
bill_of_rights [2011/05/31 07:32] (current)
hagalaz
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 FREEDOM OF SPEECH FREEDOM OF SPEECH
  
-Players may express their opinions publicly and privately, with very few exceptions. ​ Exceptions include slander, ​ harassment, and public aggravation to the point of disrupting the MUCK environment. ​ Players have the right to question or criticize management decisions, as well as express their views on contoversial ​matters of politics, religion, et cetera, as long as this is not done in a personally vicious or publicly disruptive way.  The management does not forbid sexually explicit or offensive material, but may regulate it to certain areas of the MUCK in the interest of theme and public decency.+Players may express their opinions publicly and privately, with very few exceptions. ​ Exceptions include slander, harassment, and public aggravation to the point of disrupting the MUCK environment. ​ Players have the right to question or criticize management decisions, as well as express their views on controversial ​matters of politics, religion, et cetera, as long as this is not done in a personally vicious or publicly disruptive way.  **The MUCK has a dedicated '​debate'​ channel, and when ordered by staff, verbal combatants are to switch to that channel**.  The management does not forbid sexually explicit or offensive material, with the exception of sexual ageplay (which is forbidden), but may regulate it to certain areas of the MUCK in the interest of theme and public decency.
  
  
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 PRIVACY PRIVACY
  
-Because of the relatively insecure nature of the MUCK environment,​ privacy of conversations,​ poses, and descriptions cannot be guaranteed.  ​In particular, players should understand that wizards may examine ​their objects in the course of performing their duties, or may log player commands for review in investigations.  However, willful snooping on other players is an offense. ​ The abuse of MPI or MUF to circumvent the MUCK's internal security functions is considered an especially serious offense.+Because of the relatively insecure nature of the MUCK environment,​ privacy of conversations,​ poses, and descriptions cannot be guaranteed.  ​**//​__In ​particular, players should understand that wizards may remotely ​examine ​players' ​objects ​and any properties installed on those objects - including the object representing the character'​s avatar in the muck - in the course of performing their duties, or may log player commands for review in investigations__//​**.  However, willful snooping on other players is an offense. ​ The abuse of MPI or MUF to circumvent the MUCK's internal security functions is considered an especially serious offense.
  
  
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