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Hi Frederica,

I suppose you could contact the club owners to tell them of your plight, but I don't know what they could do about it without undermining their own business.

If you're unable to teleport to your own home because the club consumes the region's avatar capacity, try filing an Abuse Report. Paragraph 6 of the SL Community Standards might be grounds for a grievance.

6. Disturbing the Peace
Every Resident has a right to live their Second Life. Disrupting scheduled events, repeated transmission of undesired advertising content, the use of repetitive sounds, following or self-spawning items, or other objects that intentionally slow server performance or inhibit another Resident's ability to enjoy Second Life are examples of Disturbing the Peace.

LL may think that the club owner isn't intentionally trying to slow server performance, and they really aren't. They're intentionally trying to entertain customers, and that has the unintended consequence of denying you access to your own home.

Mainland use policy does give LL the discretion to throttle traffic if necessary. Here's the operative paragraph...

Linden Lab strives to maintain the enjoyment of the Second Life virtual world and protect the interests of residents. In that regard, Linden Lab ("Linden Lab," "Linden" or "we") reserves the right without obligation to make the following changes to any mainland parcel or region when we determine that such changes are necessary to comply with our policies and preserve your interests. You understand and agree that we may:
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Impose resource limits, including restrictions on the types and number of avatars, prims and scripts;

Good luck!

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Hi Frederica,

I suppose you could contact the club owners to tell them of your plight, but I don't know what they could do about it without undermining their own business.

If you're unable to teleport to your own home because the club consumes the region's avatar capacity, try filing an Abuse Report. Paragraph 6 of the SL Community Standards might be grounds for a grievance.

6. Disturbing the Peace
Every Resident has a right to live their Second Life. Disrupting scheduled events, repeated transmission of undesired advertising content, the use of repetitive sounds, following or self-spawning items, or other objects that intentionally slow server performance or inhibit another Resident's ability to enjoy Second Life are examples of Disturbing the Peace.

LL may think that the club owner isn't intentionally trying to slow server performance, and they really aren't. They're intentionally trying to entertain customers, and that has the unintended consequence of denying you access to your own home.

Mainland use policy does give LL the discretion to throttle traffic if necessary. Here's the operative paragraph...

Linden Lab strives to maintain the enjoyment of the Second Life virtual world and protect the interests of residents. In that regard, Linden Lab ("Linden Lab," "Linden" or "we") reserves the right without obligation to make the following changes to any mainland parcel or region when we determine that such changes are necessary to comply with our policies and preserve your interests. You understand and agree that we may:
<snip>
Impose resource limits, including restrictions on the types and number of avatars, prims and scripts;

Good luck!

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