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I've ARed someone and nothing happened. What do I do now, if anything?


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The cribs and such were, as far as I could tell, meant for prim babies. The bulk of this store's offerings seemed to involve prim babies and related services.

The nudity is in line with what I understand to be permitted in Mature regions. The region is PG.

If the region had been rated something other than PG, I would have had no problem with the slave HUD being offered there. My problems with the sex HUD are: 1. that it is in such close proximity to child-associated merchandise and 2. it is for sale in a PG sim.

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I went there out of curiosity. I'm in the very early stages of considering developing a prim baby related technology for sale. It helps my decision-making if I have a better idea of how prim babies work. This place came up in my product feasibility study and I noticed the inappropriate content as I studied the products being offered there.

I don't object to the sale of sex HUDs. I object to the sale of sex HUDs in a PG sim surrounded by child-related products. I don't object to the sale of slave HUDs. I object to the sale of slave HUDs in a PG sim.

Even if I can't do anything to stop the sale of these products in this context, I may benefit by asking my questions here. My primary av is a kid av. I avoid sexual content for legal, moral and personal preference reasons. I have previously traveled the grid thinking that sexual content in PG regions is quickly removed by the Lindens. If that belief is in error, then I should exercise the same vigilance in PG reasons that I do in Mature regions. Also, I may learn of an error in my understanding of the rules.

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From official document http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Abuse_report :


What happens when an abuse report is filed?

Abuse reports go to the RESI Team, and you receive an automated response by email. If you need to add more information after submitting a report, please submit a new report.

RESI Team can access logged information inside Second Life, and review what Residents said or did at the time the report was filed. They then decide on an appropriate response; often, all it takes is an official warning to curtail an issue. If a serious abuse issue occurs, the RESI Team may issue account suspensions or permanent bans. The disciplinary record of the Resident who was reported is reviewed in all cases to determine an appropriate response. The length of a suspension is determined by the nature of abuse, previous violations, and how many people were affected.

Your work is over. You have fill the AR, period. You have nothing else to do. It is RESI Team who decides what to do or what not to do (thankfully).

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