[opensource-dev] So what happens if....

Maggie Leber (sl: Maggie Darwin) maggie at matrisync.com
Wed Feb 24 06:12:24 PST 2010

On Wed, Feb 24, 2010 at 12:08 AM, Imaze Rhiano <imaze.rhiano at gmail.com> wrote:

> Now - one of following scenarios would happen - what I should do - and
> what would be LL's reaction...

Long story short, it seems clear that as soon as somebody is suspected
of using a ToS-violating viewer, the channel that viewer is running
under will get blocked, and it will fall to the registered owner of
the channel (if any) to figure out what happened and who did it in
order to get their channel restored. Without being able to log on to
Second Life, since your accounts will be suspended.

Meanwhile, griefers and content copiers will morph automatically to
unblocked channels. Sure, spoofing channels a ToS violation, but so is
greifing and content copying. Just as much a feel-good cop-out as
relying on a handgun ban to stop armed robbery.

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