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So, I saw a few claw machines in a store sim and the sign for them specifically said “play at your own risk”. That sort of phrasing suggests gambling, which is illegal on Second Life, if I recall correctly. The sign said it requires “some skill”. Not only that, but it also said that even if you manage to get a prize in the claw, it would sometimes “fall out”, in which you paid money and got nothing in return. So I’m curious of two things: 1. Is this described claw machine against TOS as a whole? 2. If not, is it against ToS to have these claw machines on a non-gaming-related sim? According to California law (the state that Second Life’s headquarters is based), claw machines are considered illegal: https://oag.ca.gov/sites/all/files/agweb/pdfs/gambling/ill_devices.pdf .
So last fall a friend of mine was building on his own home parcel, then some jerk came and started telling him to get out because it was his "rape dungeon" that he won in a fight. Of course this is just another troll. They were told multiple times to leave, and he wouldn't. A few days ago, a video was uploaded on YouTube with the act fully recorded. 13 minutes and 16-17 seconds into the video, my friend's username was clearly visible in the video. I have a screenshot of my friend's username in the video, the time it appears, the video's Universal Reference Link, the date and time the screenshot was taken, and the date the video was uploaded. Since the video was recorded without consent, how may I file a privacy complaint as this is a clear violation of LL ToS?