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Niccolo McMahon

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Ohhhh that's interesting.  Strictly speaking, it is against Terms of Service to use devices that enable another user to spy on someone, but proving it can be difficult.

General rule of thumb is never to accept sweeties from strangers - and be cautious even of taking them from "friends" and contacts in Second Life.

Actually manufacturing, selling or buying these spy tools is NOT against Terms of Service (there is usually a disclaimer to the effect that you must use them with caution/permission too).

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Ohhhh that's interesting.  Strictly speaking, it is against Terms of Service to use devices that enable another user to spy on someone, but proving it can be difficult.

General rule of thumb is never to accept sweeties from strangers - and be cautious even of taking them from "friends" and contacts in Second Life.

Actually manufacturing, selling or buying these spy tools is NOT against Terms of Service (there is usually a disclaimer to the effect that you must use them with caution/permission too).

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