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  1. There are two types of Copy-Botting. 1.) Is using a middle man to steal content then having someone un-related post and sell the content or using a different hardware id / IP address to avoid a ban or detection. 2.) The second type is those who just copy a bunch of avatar hairs for example and throw them up on the market place or pass them around as a freebie who cares type. While Linden Lab generally requires a DMCA, It seems like they could offer residents a way to still file a complaint that content is still Copy-Botted and it could work in a way similar to a person selects the content that ist illegally being sold then selects the merchant whose content has been being illegally shown in world by typing their user name, and a message would be sent to the merchant in world where they can submit a DMCA claim, and if they click no that its not stolen then that persons report status goes down once they get a certain number of points of false reports it would no longer allow reporting. Also accounts woh report would have to be at least like 500 days old, this would prevent general toxicity abuse, and work similar to the behavioral systems coming out in online games. 3.) Linden Lab should actually update the "Not As Advertised" option and make it so the person filing to report has to tell Linden Lab exactly why the product isn't advertised. 4.) On another bit of off Topic "I noticed Linden Lab has recently changed the market place and add a "Spam or Disallowed Listing Practice." listing called (Harmful or Disruptive Content.) I have personally reported a few products which I have good faith disrupt game-play for other residents, violate the Terms OF Service, and are not sold as advertised but the problem is Linden Lab did not give me any way to "Type a specific reason" to why I was flagging the content. The problem that I have personally experienced both In World, and On the market place is that I have Flagged a specic product that I have good faith Breaks the Terms OF Service, and is Disruptive at lesat 3 different times over the years of playing Second Life as well as filed in World abuse reports, I have even taken my complaint as far as file a support ticket with Linden Lab in which I was told that the only way anything could be done is "Writing a Letter Real Life" to Linden Lab about the issue to get any actual response so I sent a Fax to Linden Lab instead its been like 5 days and no response yet. I think the Market Place needs a bit of improvements in response to these issues, and I think Linden Lab needs ot actually have a team who can handle in world abuse, and griefing who can respond to support tickets as well instead of just billing.
  2. Logged into Second Life for the first time in 3 months didn't feel like playing, checked on old friends most of them quit playing Second Life as well, and the game feels dead. Back in the day I remember when I would search for Weapons, Huds, In world Shopping, Military, I would always find some place to go do combat at, or go shopping now the game feels dead, my opinion you can blame it a lot on Red Zone & the other spyware devices that are still going around. Took a look at the game comparing it to 5 years ago the game or grid feels like there is nothing left anymore, and taking a look at the game all I remember is Griefers, and Jerks aside from some old friends. Starting a club, may not be the most profitable thing as I feel with the way Second Life seems to be loosing Regions, and players its a matter of time until the grid is a lot smaller after all everything I once enjoyed in Second Life no longer exists in the game for over a year now. Perhaps when LL actually updates the Security of the game so that players can add account security using IP verification to connect to the grid then I will return, but until then I am not really intersted in the game as there is too much Phishing, Hacking, even TPV's putting players at Risk, and loosing an inventory of over 100k in items including boxed items, scripts, most of it fairly old but still. Old Sims we used to combat on. New Jack City New Jessie Velo Vista Perhaps if someone actually knows of any actual (Combat Sims) without big Rule Restrictions / Dress Code then I would see something worth doing in SL but to my knowledge everything I used to enjoy in SL is gone, otherwise there are other MMORPG games worth playing these days that to me are just as realistic as Second Life now only difference is you can't customize your avatar like Second Life, but you don't get the griefers and jerks in them either.
  3. Actually its not True, if a Land Lord, wants to be a Jerk, there is a way to delete items off a persons land legally I mean Destroy no Copy Items for good. Its called Admin > God Tools under this option the region owner, or anyone with Estate rights can perm delete anyones objects from the region not retuning them to a persons inventory. Even if a persons items is retruned due to server issues items can be lost. This is a reason in Second Life why when I played SL I would always avoid NO- Copy items from merchants, do this in the future incase you loose your items for this reason. * As far as Law & TOS, the Laws would apply based on Sever Location of the actual servers, and or where the company is located, sure you could try to SUE Linden Lab, or other companies but you have to use Loop Holes in the TOS, and use things that were never clearly stated in the Terms OF Service of a online game.* Take online gold sellers for example buying gold is illegal, but back aways I purchased gold for a game and the GM reclaimed it because the goods came from an illegal source, I paid for Legal goods to be delivered to my account, so because I use a third party seller, or my Credit Card, I contact them get my money back every time within 30 days, these type of cases could be taken to a court. Take for example the company said on their Terms & Conditions that my account could get banned for buying gold with real money, but didn't say my gold would get removed, so I used it as a loop-hole to reclaim my money when they refused to deliver my goods properly and legit as they promised. The most another country could do as far as RuneScape anyways is ban players from playing it from their country if the servers were located in the U.S there really isn't anything that can be done although I agree there should be laws with online MMO's which keep players accounts protected from illegal reclaim of items and hackers like Linden Lab for example lost items all the time, no inventory backup, Linden Lab should have a service where that player can reclaim any and all content, or have inventory restored when they need.
  4. Yes I remember the Teen Grid because I was a resident on there years ago, IT was a great experience except for the few Ass-Hat's I remember to this day I still have every log from the teen grid + data that I have saved ^^ although most of those people no longer play or were banned. The Teen Grid used to be a nice place though, and you really should check out the region called (Nix) without the () this is where all the Teen Grid freebies used to be given away to the teens. To me leaving Teen Grid it was a sad experience leaving almost everything I knew behind I wish they would have merged it years ago before I legally came over to the adult grid because I knew so many people which I lost contact with after coming over to the adult grid which absolutely sucked and once the year went by or so and it legally merged with the Teen Grid almost everyone I knew was gone. Had I have actually known about Griefing, Bypassing SL bans, many years ago I myself would have went back to the Teen Grid through a proxy to avoid getting my main account banned just to talk to some of the people I knew back on the Teen Grid that is how much it sucked leaving a grid that you were on for almost a year when you had some good times excluding some of the bad moments with people who just did rude things and drama. But yeah Today this is all that really remains of the Teen Grid. Oasis, used the be the place where all the kids on the teen grid had their little shops they would sell their products at , and Linden Lab had this building with freebies there. Nix became a freebie market. Bay City, was basically the place where the rich teens took over the land that they could and tried to make profit off of it because of the prim bonus. Gordon, was Black Talons main army base. Rowling, was New Rome Bannockburn, was ASR Lots of good memorys checking out Teen-Grid now. If you want to find a bunch of teens, check out Adams this is where they hang out at.
  5. I have met some very disrespectful business/store owners in Second Life during my time, mostly the ones that were running Red Zone, CDS, and other systems that spy on residents (illegally) I pretty much learned to give them the birdy without saying anything they know that what they are doing is Wrong, I as a customer will never shop with them for their disrespectful mouths, and next time I see some griefer giving away their products illegally for Free, I have a hud in SL which stores every merchants name that is a merchant who has been disresepectful and if your name is on that list I personally wont even bother going to Help + Abuse Report. I have also met some respectful merchants over the years in Second Life, some very kind people who didn't have to help with some issues but did because they were respectful, these are the type of people I will always support and try to help in SL when I see people griefing them, or doing things to them, they also don't use that Red Zone spyware stuff either. For the most part over the years since 2009 to the end of 2012 when I actively played before having my entire inventory deleted by a hacker almost every merchant I knew in SL were always friendly, and nice, there were only a select few people and places I know that were ever disrespectful in SL most Store Owners themselves were great, but the biggest problem I found in SL were those RP sim owners supporting Griefers and they still do to this day because I still keep tabs on eerything I can. When it comes down to it Merchants are humans too, and some merchants do not like to be bothered about questions, or things like starting a business, although they should be respectful about it not send hateful messages to another person, and sometimes people have a bad day too it depends on a lot about how you ask them, and if you read the note-card that comes with your product. Although Second Life for me is pretty much dead now and no one cares as much to do as much griefing as they usually do, and with the security that LL offers I choose not to really play SL anymore but still do remember the good times with all the places and people that no longer play Second Life, mainly people who have moved on to other games.
  6. There is already a program, or viewer that can copy other peoples content without permission called a Copy-Bot been out for years many of them on the internet for free download just have to google it although I will warn you lots of them are infected with Keyloggers, trojans etc. I would like to see a new version of Second Life like this, but the problem is how do you keep users content/IP Rights from being illegally ripped I mean if people can just Control and Copy, sure Snap-Shots are fine I could careless about recording videos or snap-shots but I am talking about like people having the ability to Copy-Bot mesh, and other items or in other words in a new Second Life steal entire items from Merchants, like my friends who create animations in SL their entire AO's ripped off and posted for free downloading rights. What is going to prevent this, I really don't like the new Second Life TOS when it comes to Merchants they get a really crappy end from when I last read the TOS. My own TOS which superceeds you're tos is anything that is download on my computer I have full rights to do whatever I please with it, this does not mean that I will try to ruin merchants, or anything but if it doesn't require the Second Life service or viewer to access information that has been cached on my pc then I will do whatever I please with it reguardless of TOS, unless I sign an agreement in real life with every single player in Second Life who has uploaded the content saying otherwise. Take Steam for example, They have a TOS saying you cant install a game without steam and without consnt usually used for Piracy, but There is a russian program on the internet that emulates steam allows a user to install any steam encrypted program or game FREE bypassing their system if I can do this with Second Life, or hack anything on my own PC without causing others harm then I am going to do it. Just like I support Jeorge Hotz who did the PS3 JailBreak and I hope to god someone JailBreak the PS4 just to undermine Sony although I think sony learn their lession from the millions they lost cuz of the jail break. Don't get me wrong I support IP Rights, I support merchants in SL who have the right to freely run a business and sell their content, But I do not fully enforce IP Laws when it comes to recording a video, Snap-shots, or accessing content that is download to you're PC this is between you and the company but unless LL can come up with a secure encryption program in their new Second Life and get rid of Third Party Viewers, there will be encryption broken and content will be pirated all over again. I support the new Second Life too if they can design it properly would be great. I also support bypassing any type of games with no CD-Cracks each user at their own, Just like Sync-Tube, for example Pirating a movie is illegal but if I take a DVD I rented and stream it to a million users its not considered piracy so I am told LOL. But whatever, Merchants do need ways to protect their content from actually being downloaded/hacked and re-uploaded to screw them over.
  7. Try not using any Third Party Viewers to login make a new account only use Linden Lab Viewer, Also do not transfer any old objects from you're old accounts to new and see if they find it. Also Disable Media functions via the viewer. If that solves it then its either someone linking you with a Ban-Link system in world, or TPV Viewers that are compromised.
  8. A single object or prim itself can't do any harm to a persons computer or account. However you have to take the following into the matter. 1.) Dialogue Spam if a person is tricked into clicking a Dialogue which opens a browser and installs a virus or keylogger. 2.) A object that changes Land Information if you have rights which links to external data-base and has a virus/keylogger that can be accidently installed on a users computer by a few methods. 3.) The viewer you are using with security issues such as a Third Party Viewer. 4.) A Object itself would be harmless but I have run into objects in Second Life that can fool most people, or cause a users computer to be compromised, take for example AO's that have been illegally copy-botted and distributed over the years via permissions exploit. I know the creator would not do it but assume I took one of his AO's add in a support website that was compromised with a virus or keylogger and gave it out to a bunch of newbs who activated the link thinking it was for Help but it installs a keylogger and gives them a page not found error or something else unrelated to such next time user logs in byebye account. There is a number of ways a persons account can get compromised even by going to a funny picture you're friend sends you on the internet or clicking/accessing a link in any way the easiest way would be a Compromised viewer, Keylogger, or many other griefing methods trying to obtain such. Linden Lab, Needs to seriously add additional layers of security beyond a simple password to protect its users I am shocked that Guild Wars 2, and World OF Warcraft have better account security than Second Life which is often connected directly to peoples Bank Accounts.
  9. QuinnParker wrote: So I am starting this thread in hopes that we can make SL more secure. I have been told that it is nealry impossible to hack an SL account but guess what, I had a frind get hacked and the only thing she did before her account got hacked was buy an item from a store in world. Now she is fighting to get her account back and isn't sure she will get it back. So here it is, make an SL authenticator App for mobile devices. So many MMO games use these and have not been hacked when using such devices. I want to know how many people would use this because I for one know I would use this to protect my account. I agree this is a problem with Second Life, I will tell you how easy it is to compromise another users account. Lets talk about Physical access to a users computer and hacking a persons account technically not hacking okay... 1.) But lets say I have my friends computer and want to compromise their account, All I have to do is go into the %APPDATA% Directory copy their files if they have the saved login information and password saved copy it to any computer FREE access to the persons account, and lets not forget if that user has PayPal information saved with billing on their account imagine what I could do with it. (Speaking in theory I would never do this, but want to point out this compromise issue.) 2.) Even if the user can't access a users physical computer saved "MD5" File information can be illegally copied via remote access or worse of all a "Compromised Viewer" Viewers are Open Sourced which is a great thing, but even TPV's not downloaded from official sites, someone offering better features like Nimble, or Bug features in custom viewers online can be compromised let alone Linden Lab says on their TPV viewer directory site that they can't insure the safety of its users so by using their viewer if it ever got compromised you could have you're account hacked just like mine was 50k Items mysteriously erased from inventory and some Griefer did some crap to some people, I know the group of individuals behind it and have my account, but the problem is my system turned up clean, so it was likely a viewer update/Mod I installed and updated used it for many years one of them was not clean I suspect and that ruined an account I had for years "Linden Lab" Unable to restore anything. But anyways Imagine if a person uses any type of SL clients,Viewers, Proxy, or Mods/Plug-IN what can happen to you're account if it gets hacked even if you spent thousands of dollars on merchants goodbye if you're inventory gets deleted. 3.) Lets talk about Stealing money in Second Life how easy it is, Lets assume (X) Vendor company sold vendors which merchants use to sell products to people and made a very popular system let it run for many years imagine what would happen if every merchant using the vendor on Second Life woke up one day to see that all their L$ Hundreds of Thousands of L$ is Gone from their account because they legally gave debt permission to the vendor/object with scripts they could not see. 4.) Lets not forget about Spyware in Second Life imagine what it would be like if TPV developers put hidden code in their viewers to spy on residents similar to RLV, but imagine what would occur if a resident could obtain someones "Session ID" I have heard many rumors about this in fact I have seen people "Hack" Other peoples accounts in Tests no name disclosed to make their avatar do things that normally could not be done. However I am talking about hidden code to do things like Read peoples IM's illegally, or spy on their location via a grid wide radar. These are the Top 3 Security Risks I fear on players/users accounts, and to be honest World OF Warcraft is way more secure. I remember years ago my WOW account was compromised due to using an add-on a script in one of the popular mods on Curse gaming ended up having a keylogger similar to what occur with me when I updated my SL Viewer then it gets hacked less than 24 hours after an update I knew what it likely was. Anyways now my wow account can't get jacked should anyone ever use a keylogger because I have keychain authinticator on my account, although I do know more and keep my PC as secure as possible there are ways to compromise accounts, thing is Blizzard restore my account that I pay $17 a month for where Linden Lab couldn't restore anything and I paid more than $20 a month for it not including land and tier fees. I am not saying TPV's do this at all but you never know what will occur on you're next update. Linden Lab has serious security issues I wish they would fix, and until then me and a bunch of my friends have dropped from the grid because we see what Second Life is like these days full of Griefers, Hackers, Botters, Privacy Violaters, but worse of all users who compromise others accounts.
  10. 1. Fix the old billing system like it once was so people can add a USD Balance to their account instead of having to cash out to obtain USD balance Fix it on a $300 - 500$ limit. (Add Faster Cashing out for people who verify Real Life information or make (X) amount of transactions with no problem of course there has to be cash out limits.) 2. Stop screwing over the people who create our content with you're TOS. http://unitedcontentcreatorsofsl.wordpress.com/ There are many of them. 3. Add better account security it is pathetic that a person's account can get hacked at any time while it maybe through any compromised TPV, or fault of their own their entire inventory maybe erased or worse and Linden Lab can't undo this. Yet World OF Warcraft a game that costs $16.95 a month has better security than Second Life, and so does other games like GuildWars 2. 4. Get rid of Griefers/CopyBot, Yes including those people who design systems that scan players through their media without asking consent to do such or permission or other exploits it drives players away from Second Life. 5. Add, and make improvements to Second Life such as Simulator improvements like. . Bake terrain for single parcel. . The bug that keeps me from actually being able to raise my land on my sim when its next to another region I don't have rights to edit terrain on or estate manager. . Faster Avatar Rendering. . Animate Mesh. . Fix the AMD Shader bug with AMD cards that has been here for ages. ... The way I see it Second Life is done for without new management running the service someone who can get people what they want. It isn't just because of Linden Lab, LL has some good Linden's I don't blame them for everything, but its because of the people allowed to Grief the Second Life community for years with Network Wide ban systems, making residents afraid to go to any club or risk they might get banned from many sims after spending hundreds/thousands of dollars. ... And to be honest everytime I even step foot into SL no one is even bothering to do as much griefing as there once was neither is the sand-box as full as it once was I remember having 30+ Residents in a single sand-box or more never anymore do I ever see this. Linden Lab let these Ban-Networks ruin our grid by chasing off residents when they didn't do anything, they then let CopyBot destroy it not to even include the lack of security that if a player gets compromised good-bye inventory this is something everyone needs to think about because it could be you after spending thousands of hours in Second Life, and lots of money is it really worthit? ... After all there are those who play Second Life for creation, I do not, I play Second Life for the RPG experience or did anyways, but now that there are all these new RPG's being released things that were never released before but things that have better preformance than in Second Life, and with way better seucrity why bother with Second Life to be honest like all my favorite RPG's in Second Life are now avalable for download and play online except for certain aspects of RP, but then I really don't care anymore I have more fun playing EVE, Star Citizen, Mech Warrior Online, GW2, LOL, DarkFall, I would say APB Reloaded, but gamers first is a trash company game originally had great potential to add aspects similar to Second Life in a way.
  11. To be quite honest my opinion on Second Life. Second Life is going down the hole, I remember every-time I would login to Second Life I would see 10+ users in every main-grid sand-box I would see Griefers spamming cubes, or people chatting/hanging out any time I would login to the adult grid after leaving Teen Grid now I don't see this anymore. I remember when I would see Role-Play Sims with over 30+ People, massive markets/malls, but this is gone years ago. I remember the Combat Sims that used to exist in Second Life but they are now Gone. Why is it gone? Griefers, Hackers, CopyBotters, Anti Theft Systems like Red Zone, CDS, Privacy Violation, a lot of residents have said *Censored It* and quit Second Life, and finally the way I see it its to the point where Linden Lab as I have said for years needs to make improvements to protect its users from these type of things. I find it pathetic that to this day my account gets compromised Linden Lab is notified like 72 hours after it occurs they can't restore an account inventory, the problem with this is the fact it doesn't matter how a person gets compromised where it be phishing, and god knows if a Legit TPV every becomes compromised everyone even using a TPV is at risk even if its a 1% Chance and even if developers of the known viewers say they have security in place that 1% Chance could compromised many accounts at which point Linden Lab has no safe-guards in place to fix these type of issues. My opinion, As a result to a lot of these type of things Residents, or players have quit Second Life and so Linden Lab is trying to make back lost profit, including when they changed the billing system to convert USD balance directly into L$ so that I would have to pay a Cash Out fee, and devalue my Real Life moeny now I can no longer use two payment sources to pay tiers and such as a resident, but who profits Linden Lab. Second LIfe, is still a good service, it is one of the best because of how unique its users make the service, but Linden Lab needs to step up their game fix the Graphics Bugs with atmospheric shaders, on (AMD) Cards, and most of all improve the account Security by allowing residents to have multiple security questions, and require that users confirm their IP address by their registered emails so that no other hacker can Brute-Force, or hack another persons account, after all I don't know much about Brute-Force but I know friends of friends who know about this type of stuff, and they tell me Second Life has no protection in fact if I know someones login name which is usually their Second Life name I can sit there for days trying passwords without any Login-Failure have to wait 10 minutes to try again restrictions. Yes Linden Lab is trying to compete to make more profit, I want to See Second Life a good service, and yes Second Life is still unique players can hang out, play and have fun, but if you look around a lot of Second Life users wan't RP, and the RPG experience in Second Life, and after all since Second Life was created a lot more RPG based games are coming out to the point where No one is going to care about Second Life anymore other than login spend a few dollars here and there or even just get content for free, and chat with friends log back off what I am saying is with all the Release of F2P, and P2P RPG titles in 2013 and beyond especially with the new games coming out SL can go on a major decline and already is comparing any service to Second Life. Entropia, For example is a game similar to Second Life, except users can't create their own items which is the only unique thing about Second Life, but if Entropia ever changes or any other game actually comes out that offers full (FREE) Customization, Character Models/Store like DOTA 2, but on a real world market and doesn't require a lot of money to play it could be a major problem for Second Life. I myself don't like entropia much and agree its nowhere like Second Life but does share common aspects. I mean face it, Second Life can always be around as a stand-alone service, but a lot of Merchants are here to make profit, and if the grid is just full of developers and artists no profit, no actual fun, who is going to wan't to really play, sure those who hang out and chat, or those who like art, or development/creation but compared to actual RP, and RPG users on a wide scale it isn't enough to keep Second Life economy running great. Imagine being a small-time merchant, not even making enough money to pay you're tier, or Return of L$/profit from you're creations. OF Course this is all just opinion, but based on what I have seen compared to starting SL in 08, and hear from others yeah SL is on its decline so they compete big times now. OF Course some say Second Life will improve after summer and so on, I have been monitoring SL for months it hasn't seem to have improve or changed much. With the way Second Life is today lack of account security/protection, I would watch investing a lot of money into Second Life until Linden Lab adds serious protection as you never know what can happen, I would hate to Login to Second Life some day or see on the news or forums that over 5000 users had their inventory deleted becuase of a legit TPV viewer compromise and then say I told you so. Not saying it iwll ever occur but a reason I urge Linden Lab to do something before it ever does, as I have seen and met what some of the developers of TPV's can do in the past.
  12. If LL wrote all the code it would be great because right now as it stands there really are not any highly good scripted RPG based Combat Systems in Second Life, things that could make a simulator feel like World OF Warcraft, or a system that detects where an avatar is hit by a bullet/arrow type of thing. Every system that I have found has been cheated/exploited 3 years ago I remember the Exploit where various meters had their source codes stolen along with GM,DCS, and other companies products in SL which I will not discuss here a few people have their hands on every exploit avalable in some systems in Second Life. Now that the bug was patched years ago to my knowledge it would be really hard to every do this again, but the fact still remains open that RP systems created by players themselves can be exploited, cheated like using a combat channel to heal, or damage another player. I know some meters in SL which are only used in one Community have illegal chat loggers in them and basically they do this due to RP Drama they like to log everyones chat where they go without consent, and on their sim maybe they have the right to but problem occurs if you wear the meter outside their sim it logs where you teleport to, and what you are saying in local chat very invasion of privacy of course you could say this about any scripted item you can't see the code of however. Instead if LL actually develop a good RP system that offered customization via web interface and allowed a user to set it up on their region it would be better than all cthese cheap RP systems on the market for example a mode for FPS gaming/combat with guns while another would be based on combat with swords, arrows, and resource collection similar to WOW & such. I would like to see something very new brought to Second Life that would bring Combat Back to Second Life, and actual RP which has pretty much been dead for years to me.
  13. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-tyne-22839359 Free Speech Maybe? But still he said he was going to commit acts of terrorism, its bad enough we have movies like "RAMPAGE" which is basically the same thing he talked about giving ideas to people about commiting acts of terrorism then ending it except the fact that in the movie the bad guy actually gets away with it. Could say the same thing about Explsoives in those movies/shows like 24, and SPEED, yes its just a movie for entertainment, but it gets people looking and just using the search engine and torrent searches you can come up with some pretty amazing ideas for making such things, while some videos on youtube for example are just kids experiments anyone who can actually make the other illegal things can use that innocent device the kid showed them how to make for bad things if peeps understand what I am saying. Think about the movie Rampage for example, The reason the guy in the movie went on a killing spree is because he was sick of society, You know what? I got sick of society in Second Life, I took revenge on every person who ever wronged me, and their friends who helped them. While its the virtual world same difference only thing is that in Real Life someone who thinks like the movie rampage where it be in school for example one day might just loose it and really if their father owns a gun take it to school and use it then end it. And to be honest I got the laughs giving those no good for nothing griefer innocent acting people paybacks, and I wasn't the only one either they honestly deserved it of course this is Second Life though. And how I channel my rage was back at the people who messed with me, and others I know they drew first blood. Sure in the end some griefer finally got me, but I am still here aren't I, and no I am not the only one. Why do you honestly think PN Griefs sandbox's? Its because they feel that Linden Lab has wronged them mentally so they come back to grief Second Life, Crash peoples sims and not care about getting banned because they feel it will cause Linden Lab loss of profit? Will it, absolutely in the long run some people will quit Second Life. Now question is does it resolve anything. The answer is no. When I do something. I do it for revenge and I spend my time on the internet not in the real world for the most part only between friends RL thats it. Something to think about, If someone actually becomes to the point where they have nothing to live for, don't care about if they get killed by the Police, or the SWAT real life, and are complete fed up with Bullies in School, What do you think might happen one day, Perhaps if U.S Schools want crime to stop happening they should take more security precautions, and not only this, but rid the schools of bullies, hey it happens When I went to school it was filled with racism, Violence, Bullies, and if I had to personally stay around that, one day I might have just lost it the same as these other kids at school and someone would have got harmed or worse. In general I am just saying if you want to understand the triggers of Mental Behavior both in games like Second Life + League OF Legends, + Real Life and peoples attititude, hatred, you have to understand what fuels it and makes people just snap one day. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qwGFea7JuFw The movie does have a good point :3 Now maybe he was just trolling Okay? But trolling about acts of terrorism like this I would take it damn seriously if I were law enforcement because eventhough he did not commit the crime he still deserves just as the other kid to get mentally evaluated trolls have types of mental disorders too or at least some people do.
  14. Sephina Frostbite wrote: My whole 3 years of sl Ive been told over and over clear your cache now today I was told never clear your cache... um what??? Whats your thoughts? Depends if you have a really big hard drive, and only hang out on a few sims/areas then you don't really need to clear often it really depends how much time you spend in SL how much asset data you load into your cache if you load over 5 Gigs of data yeah you might want to clear it especially as time goes by maybe once a month or a week depending on what your need is.
  15. Dillon Levenque wrote: This has nothing whatever to do with SL or the Forum but I believe RL discussions are okay in this section. I just saw this story online http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-tyne-22839359 and found it interesting. Someone actually is going to jail for online trolling. I personally think it was quite justified. I wondered if a similar thing could happen in the US, given that our freedom of speach defenses are so stringent and I see that in fact what this person did is illegal here, too (here being California). There are specific condtions, but it can be illegal. http://www.shouselaw.com/criminal_threats.html Which is exactly why I never make Real Life Threats. I can be your best friend, a Neutral, or your worst enemy, and when I rage you do not even want to be around me, because I am the type of person who will do whatever it takes to achive the Lulz and mass epic Revenge, however Real Life threats are a different story. Making Real Life threats from your own PC/IP address is just stupid using a Free WI-FI Location is better, but even then making Real Life threats is not the way to go because if you get caught well you see what happens to you. There are many things you can do to get revenge over the internet without the need for Real Life threats which would just risk a ban from a forum, or game account at most penalty IP/MAC address block which are both easy to get around.
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