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Labella Crazyboi

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Does she also have the system that can cause all the satellites around the earth to crash to the ground and end the world as we know it ?

Does she drink a lot ?

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Does she also have the system that can cause all the satellites around the earth to crash to the ground and end the world as we know it ?

Does she drink a lot ?

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Haha. This is a very obvious lie.

Whoever wrote the majority of the content in your question clearly has no knowledge of how ISPs work, how data moves through Second Life or how moderation/administration of accounts is done within Second Life.

Ignore them - or better yet - get a better friend.

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Hi Labella,

She's blowing smoke.

It's impossible for someone to have something in inventory that SL cannot see. It's also impossible for anyone to erase another's account. It also makes no sense that someone would need to switch Internet Service Providers (ISP) to get back to SL.

Things contained in inventory can't do anything until they're rezzed. Rezzed objects can contain nefarious scripts, but those scripts are constrained to do what's available to scripts. They can wreak havoc with your viewer by rezzing complex items and lots of particles that load down your computer, they can spam chat channels, attempt to take money from you (which requires you to give permission), push you (sit on anything to prevent that), etc. But scripts cannot erase your account.

People can be banned from SL for violating the Terms Of Service, but scripts can't do that either. Nor can that be done from the outside. You can only be banned from SL for doing something within SL or the forums. Access to either of those venues requires you to be logged-in. Unless your account has been compromised, allowing someone else to log into it, it would not be possible for anyone else to violate the Terms Of Service in your name.

The threat you recieved is a violation of the TOS and can be reported. If you have the chat log in which the threat was made, copy and paste it into the "Details" box of the "Report Abuse" window.

Good luck!

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Thank you for your wonderful answer, that makes me feel a lot better.. I felt it was smoke but I do not know all the ends and outs so was puzzled, could she do that? thank God she can't hugs!

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There are enough things to worry about each and every day without SL contributing to the angst. Muting/blocking that "friend" might also help. SL can bring out the best and the worst in us. So long as you behave and exercise reasonable caution, particularly with respect to maintaining your RL privacy and the integrity of your account, there shouldn't be much to worry about here in SL. Have fun, Labella.

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