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1 Activision Policies on 1/15/2013, 12:22 am

Bully@WiiPlaza

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Spoiler:
The license rights granted to you herein are also subject to the
limitations set forth below. Any use of the Product in violation of these
limitations is a material breach of the Agreement, subjects you to immediate
revocation of your license, and will be regarded as an infringement of Activision’s copyrights
and other rights in and to the Product. You agree that you will not, under any circumstances:

A. use, develop, host or distribute cheats, automation software (bots), modded lobbies, hacks, mods or any other unauthorized third-party software in connection with the Product, or engage in any form of cheating, boosting, or booting
Just marked the decisive points in red, lol.

Source: http://www.activision.com/privacy/en/tos.html

They really state that hacking etc. is consider as "copyright infringement". Rolling Eyes

Next they may disallow pros to play the game since too many n00bs get pwned and become frustrated with the product so that Activision earns less money next time.


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2 Re: Activision Policies on 1/15/2013, 1:20 am

Seth@WiiPlaza

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I already prestige boosted on black ops 2 lol. I think this copyright mostly concerns YouTube though, even though YouTube should be a free reign uploading site without copyright bullshit


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3 Re: Activision Policies on 1/15/2013, 1:29 am

Bully@WiiPlaza

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There´s no way you could cancel out something like copyright in the country you live. Youtube could´ve done it by paying a lot of fees but they didn´t like to. That´s why we have to go through some of this bullshit.

I can´t for example go forth and declare all laws as invalid concering the content of my website. The police may then take action if they get aware of massive abuse. Nazi slogans and child pornography redistribution on the internet will get Germans into big trouble.


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4 Re: Activision Policies on 1/15/2013, 1:46 am

SnB@BWH

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12.234.121.40 Internet Protocol address for www.activision.com Too bad their server is probably too big. If it wasn't so big everyone on this site could've ddosed them and shut them down. lol Maybe we can do something else with their Internet Protocol address. uthink


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5 Re: Activision Policies on 1/15/2013, 3:49 am

Seth@WiiPlaza

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shitnbitch wrote:12.234.121.40 Internet Protocol address for www.activision.com Too bad their server is probably too big. If it wasn't so big everyone on this site could've ddosed them and shut them down. lol Maybe we can do something else with their Internet Protocol address. uthink

there is no way in fuck you can take down activsions site by pinging them with command prompt


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6 Re: Activision Policies on 1/15/2013, 4:07 am

[STG]Sgt.Ghost

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Seth@WiiPlaza wrote:
shitnbitch wrote:12.234.121.40 Internet Protocol address for www.activision.com Too bad their server is probably too big. If it wasn't so big everyone on this site could've ddosed them and shut them down. lol Maybe we can do something else with their Internet Protocol address. uthink

there is no way in fuck you can take down activsions site by pinging them with command prompt

^True


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7 Re: Activision Policies on 1/15/2013, 9:42 am

SnB@BWH

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Seth@WiiPlaza wrote:there is no way in fuck you can take down activsions site by pinging them with command prompt

I know, that's why I said "Too bad their site is too big to ddos."

Is there possibly another way we can mess with them not their site though? We should get back at them for deleting yours and Bully's YouTube accounts.


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8 Re: Activision Policies on 3/26/2013, 11:04 am

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I Agree with shitnbitch (in post above)

9 Re: Activision Policies on 3/26/2013, 11:33 am

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How bout we call Activison and say "FUCK YOU BITCHES". And hang up. And we all do it in this forum lol!

10 Re: Activision Policies on 3/27/2013, 12:19 pm

SnB@BWH

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You can go to jail for that, you know. But it would be funny though. lol What do you mean by "We should all do it in this forum."?

Maybe we should all email them instead.


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11 Re: Activision Policies on 3/27/2013, 3:19 pm

TheDetonator

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Ya, email with a spoofed ip and hope they don't find us.

12 Re: Activision Policies on 3/27/2013, 4:12 pm

SnB@BWH

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There are thousands of different ways you can track down someone even if they're using a proxy which is actually illegal.

I can't believe that most browsers actually have an option to use a proxy. I'm surprised that Mozilla hasn't been sued for that.


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13 Re: Activision Policies on 3/27/2013, 4:15 pm

TheDetonator

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Ya, you can track them. I use a VPN server sometimes which is just like a proxy lol.

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