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23-01-2013, 01:42 PM #17
- Join Date
- Jun 2011
The reason I feel that way is because I don't always know if my opinion is going to match the opinion of the people running the place on what constitutes offensive. Sure, right now it's just racism and hate speech, but what if the next game is run by a fundamentalist Christian and I get into an argument with someone over religion while playing the game, and he reports me and I get banned? Or the other way around?
The answer is to make it even easier for when they do ban people for that reason, beyond just the general 'we can ban you for anything' clause. If they never intended to use it, it shouldn't have been there in the first place. Putting it in pretty much demonstrates intent, as there's no other reason to have it there. The "one in a million" cases are covered by the general terms.