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  1. Ahh sorry. I misinterpreted "mailing list". In that case, you're right. My mistake!
  2. Not really. The institutes that deal with these EU-laws are designed to allow easy complaint filing, considering that consumers must be helped easily in order to fight these kind of things. As simple as writing an e-mail. They'll get blacklisted from receiving servers and at some volume of complaints the institute itself will take legal route. I'd say, file a complaint and them mute them. Help the next person out who they would've adressed next.
  3. As I work with e-mailpolicy IRL, I can confirm this is against the law in Europe. I don't know about USA. All e-mails must be subscribed to by an opt-in + confirmation from the e-mailaddress. By any means you can take down the merchant via EU-laws. Not by TOS but by e-mailcode.
  4. SL has been my home for quite a while. 2.759 days to be exact. I count them, not because I hate SL, but because I love it. I've been developing as a programmer for most of my time. And a while ago, I was introduced by a friend to Gaia Clary's awesome tutorials on rigging mesh. I started practicing 3D modelling more and more. We aim to create quality products, that are of high standard and put a smile to a residents face when they have been twitching to buy that -slightly out of budget- product they so eagerly found. We sell various post-apocalypt decorations and complete mesh avatars. This is a growing collection if items I hope to continue to offer to residents, rich and poor. Our vacancy is open to a store manager. You are a talented marketeer with a sharp eye for business and innovation. You know your ways around SL and the opportunities it carries for advertisement and conversion. You strive to use modern marketing techniques such as conversion-attribution and sale strategy. Our team has recently employed an experienced e-mail marketeer and we hope to implement this with customers purchasing our products. Plenty to do in the near future. Primarily we need standard customer binding done such as via SL groups and so forth. We don't have an endless application you need to fill in to apply with us, however we expect you to master the English language at such degree our customers need not worry about communications. Your tasks include: Sales promotions (find ways to increase product sale)Product management (assess complaints and such to improve our products)Distribution management (find new places to introduce our product, stores and vendor networks) We hope you'll have a lot of fun working amongst us. We exists from a team of young individualists whom all have the same goals: create and live SL. E-mail: woogles.creator@gmail.com
  5. Sassy Romano wrote: /me glares and spanks... Maybe not that the group hug didn't work out, we can try a guillotine?
  6. Drake1 Nightfire wrote: Stefanosje Sellers wrote: Drake1 Nightfire wrote: Madelaine McMasters wrote: That's quite a witch hunt you're on, Drake. I think you've placed yourself at a disadvantage though, by shooting yourself in the foot with the Blunderbuss of Hypocrisy™. You cast unfounded aspersions at Stefanosje and then turn around and complain when you think a little Martian has tossed one at you. That's the kind of whining we've come to expect from the back seat on long road trips. I equated him to someone hanging around a playground and taking pictures without permission. Never once did i call him a child perv. Those were not my words. You really don't think it's a bit creepy for someone to hang out at a club and take pictures of scantily clad women? Right, because that wouldn't be the least bit creepy in RL. "think" he tossed one at me? "someone who thinks it is morally acceptable to use a woman as a sex toy." That is a little more than an assumption. Hey. Just wondering. The girl in your profile picks. Did you ask permission to photograph her? Also; stop being a non-subjective pile of rude to everyone. And no, it's not creepy to take pictures at an event, advertised as an event. Yes i did. I ask before every picture i take. It's called manners. Wandering an event, taking pictures without telling anyone you are doing so is creepy. It's creepier when no one knows you are doing it. Apparently people have an issue with your doing so. Perhaps they think it's creepy as well. Would it be so hard to ask permission? ETA.. since you want to move this out of the forums.. nice store full of copyright protected material. Go ahead Perrie, tell me I'm wrong. I dare you. Drake1 Nightfire wrote: Stefanosje Sellers wrote: Drake1 Nightfire wrote: Madelaine McMasters wrote: That's quite a witch hunt you're on, Drake. I think you've placed yourself at a disadvantage though, by shooting yourself in the foot with the Blunderbuss of Hypocrisy™. You cast unfounded aspersions at Stefanosje and then turn around and complain when you think a little Martian has tossed one at you. That's the kind of whining we've come to expect from the back seat on long road trips. I equated him to someone hanging around a playground and taking pictures without permission. Never once did i call him a child perv. Those were not my words. You really don't think it's a bit creepy for someone to hang out at a club and take pictures of scantily clad women? Right, because that wouldn't be the least bit creepy in RL. "think" he tossed one at me? "someone who thinks it is morally acceptable to use a woman as a sex toy." That is a little more than an assumption. Hey. Just wondering. The girl in your profile picks. Did you ask permission to photograph her? Also; stop being a non-subjective pile of rude to everyone. And no, it's not creepy to take pictures at an event, advertised as an event. Yes i did. I ask before every picture i take. It's called manners. Wandering an event, taking pictures without telling anyone you are doing so is creepy. It's creepier when no one knows you are doing it. Apparently people have an issue with your doing so. Perhaps they think it's creepy as well. Would it be so hard to ask permission? ETA.. since you want to move this out of the forums.. nice store full of copyright protected material. Go ahead Perrie, tell me I'm wrong. I dare you. Why would I? Events are there to be taken pictures of unless stated other.
  7. Drake1 Nightfire wrote: Madelaine McMasters wrote: That's quite a witch hunt you're on, Drake. I think you've placed yourself at a disadvantage though, by shooting yourself in the foot with the Blunderbuss of Hypocrisy™. You cast unfounded aspersions at Stefanosje and then turn around and complain when you think a little Martian has tossed one at you. That's the kind of whining we've come to expect from the back seat on long road trips. I equated him to someone hanging around a playground and taking pictures without permission. Never once did i call him a child perv. Those were not my words. You really don't think it's a bit creepy for someone to hang out at a club and take pictures of scantily clad women? Right, because that wouldn't be the least bit creepy in RL. "think" he tossed one at me? "someone who thinks it is morally acceptable to use a woman as a sex toy." That is a little more than an assumption. Hey. Just wondering. The girl in your profile picks. Did you ask permission to photograph her? Also; stop being a non-subjective pile of rude to everyone. And no, it's not creepy to take pictures at an event, advertised as an event.
  8. I have no history nor relationship to child perversion. This was an upmost cheapshot comparison that is wrong from the core: photographing subjects whom voluntarily visit adult events that allow photography (whom are age verified by the way), is worlds apart from sneaking pictures of children whom are unaware of it and underage. What the F is wrong with you?
  9. Coby Foden wrote: Stefanosje Sellers wrote: Anyways to get to my question: lately I have been receiving multiple threats and warrants, with the demand I take their avatars pictures down. The threats include destroying my business, IRL lawsuits and what not. For the benefit of those drama queens we need a new feature in SL. Naturally the permission to de-render the box would cost - let's say 500 L$. :smileyvery-happy: LOL! Very tempted to send them this box as a gift using Marketplace. That was a very much needed giggle.
  10. Madelaine McMasters wrote: Thank heavens there are people who wander around taking photographs of other people... http://www.vivianmaier.com I imagine the vast majority of folks who do so are not pervs. I've got a friend who does it from kites. It's a form of art. I could've posted them naked as well, but I kept it decently..
  11. Madelaine McMasters wrote: (b) Avatar Consent for Machinima For machinima, you must have the consent of all Residents whose avatars or Second Life names are featured or recognizable in the machinima. This includes avatars who are featured in a shot, avatars whose names are legible, and avatars whose appearance is sufficiently distinctive that they are recognizable by members of the Second Life community. Consent is not required if an avatar is not recognizable and is merely part of a crowd scene or shown in a fleeting background. Consent is not required for any snapshots. That sorta says "it is ok to take pictures of people", doesn't it? It does. No where in the Snapshot and Machinima policy does it say it is ok to take pictures of people. It specifially states 3D content which is defined as “3D content means any objects, primitives, or other creative works or works of authorship that are three dimensional." - An avatar is a 3D object, and thus classed 3D content. Meaning Drake's arguments are only proofing my point.
  12. Drake1 Nightfire wrote: Stefanosje Sellers wrote: Madelaine McMasters wrote: Sassy Romano wrote: You should point then at that ToS section and ask them to point out which bit they feel you are in breach of. Or you could just tell them that they are "talking out of their arse" Pick one of the above, both work. For maximum effect, Stefanosje could tell them he's going to photograph them talking out of their arse. That'll show 'em! ON POINT! Hahahahaha. Chuckled. On a serious note though. I do respect their point of view, just their approach is wrong and if they are so paranoïd about appearing in pictures, they need to consider finding a more secluded/private club. It's like taking a **bleep** in the park and complaining that people are looking at your naked butthole. Ah so it's the fault of the scanitliy clad women you are perving and taking pictures of. Got it. You strike me as that creepy guy at the playground with no kids but a zoom lens camera. So now exploring the grid and taking pictures of avatars on the fly is categorized as "perving"? I'm not sure how you're comparing a playground with no kids to a moderate content club. I find your reply very shallow and odd.
  13. Perrie Juran wrote: This is not the first time I have heard of insanity like this. I'd be tempted to take and post even more pictures of this person. But we know you don't want the idiocy to escalate. Some people take privacy to insane limits. The minute any one steps into the line of sight of another person they have surrendered their privacy. You've done nothing wrong here. If someone doesn't like that LL has given us the ability to take snap shots which also includes the (gasp) danger of having our picture taken what they should do is Log Out and go hide in a closet. Lmao!
  14. Marigold Devin wrote: Stefanosje Sellers wrote: And the story entails with slander: "Learn manners. I will be putting a warning in my picks regarding your lack of respect for people trying to enjoy their sl. The fact that you are such a huge **bleep**ing **bleep**, tormenting others with no regard for the issues they are struggling with in rl speaka volumes about your character. Your actions have violated my second life." I have now pretty much told her that if she will continue to slander me, I will post her full name on Flickr with a justificating description about how I'm not wrong in any way. I have also told her that her continious victim behavior and her pulling out the "violated" term, is an insult to all women whom have actually fallen victim to worse things. Such as stalkers, loverboys and even rapist they met via SL. She needs to grow the hell up, I included if she doesn't wish to be photographed in a public scene: she should either wear a burqa and following the Islamic heritage of leaving a woman's appearance to the husband and Allah. Or stop visiting moderate clubs instead. This person is crazy and I am at snapping point. Good time for me to leave office and blow off steam on the trainride home. And the thing I would like in real life, that I would definitely use on this one in Second Life, is the mute/block feature. Second Life - like Topic - a (hazel) nut in every byte. Heya Mari. I agree on parts of grief. However, if this person is furtherly trying to harm my reputation by contacting business partners or other parties that are connected to me, I need to know. Thus why I was doubting whether not to block her. At least now, I have been able to find out what she has been doing, and screenshotted all her slander and "defaming" as LL terms it. Which served me greatly in the report I have just filed against her.
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