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Old 02-06-2011   #11
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Originally Posted by xpyromaniacx View Post
i think Hina should make a statement on that.. I'll consider it illegal until I find information to make a valid argument


As for hate profiles...here's a good example of one

http://kupika.com/Totenkopf
I messaged him about it, as I have already told you I would do on K-com.
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Old 02-06-2011   #12
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I messaged him about it, as I have already told you I would do on K-com.
Good. Let's see what he has to say about that.
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Old 02-06-2011   #13
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Originally Posted by Extend View Post
A hateful profile, would be a profile which promotes:
A hateful view on someone, or something.

Someone:
- A profile saying "I hate Insert user name here" is meant to spur hurt feelings, and is therefore considered harassment. And therefore a ban is the result

- A profile stating that you don't like a member and asks for oppinions of other people is meant to spur negative opinions and feelings towards someone, therefore it would result in a ban.

- Should the same type of profile be constructed for a famous person, I.e. George Bush, as long as no hateful terminology is used by the creator of the profile a ban shall not occur to the maker of said profile.

Something:
- A profile stating for example " I hate gays! " is hateful and meant to spur hurt feelings, making it harassment. Therefore a ban is the result.

- A profile for DEBATE, that is stating an opinion in a FRIENDLY way, such as "I disagree with same sex marriage, and homosexual partnerships." Is considered acceptable. As it is not meant to spur hurt feelings, only initiate a debate.



All good?
Instaban for saying "I don't like Lyncheh" on a profile? Holy shit, definitely not all good.


i think Hina should make a statement on that.. I'll consider it illegal until I find information to make a valid argument
Why is a picture of marijuana illegal?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cannabis_%28drug%29
Wiki has an illegal picture up?

http://kidshealth.org/teen/drug_alco...marijuana.html
This is illegal because it shows someone smoking it? (SMOKING! Not even just holding it in their hand! )

http://www.nhs.uk/news/2009/02Februa...ktocancer.aspx
British health service has illegal photos all over page?

I think you're confusing the law with your morals.
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Old 02-08-2011   #14
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Hmm.... it looks like the blacklist function will suffice to handle harassment. Once you blacklist a person, he cannot contact/harass you anymore. Right?

Regarding marijuana:
Owning, growing or smoking marijuana may be illegal.
Distributing a picture of marijuana is not.

Regarding child porn:
Child porn is illegal.
Distributing a picture of child porn is illegal too.
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Most of the harassment being complained about is being done on FT...where blacklisting has no effect.
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Old 02-08-2011   #16
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Ok so there are two different kind of harassment:
1) Private harassment --> can be handled by blacklisting
2) Public harassment

How about this rule:
True harassment is methodical, deliberate, and persistent communication that disturbs the recipient. It does not have to be threatening (overtly or otherwise), or from someone who knows you. The unwanted communications are often constant, filled with disturbing and inappropriate content, and do not cease even after you asked them not to contact you again. Doing such thing in public (FT, public diaries, public pages, etc.) will result in ban.
Fair enough?
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I think that seems pretty fair and appropriate yep. (:
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Old 02-08-2011   #18
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Seems fair.

But what about spamming?
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Old 02-14-2011   #19
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Forgive me for not being very active on K.net, but I really don't think you'll ever create a ban on harrassment - there are people out there who Troll, and will just keep coming back to Troll. The Internet really can't be controlled so easily, so it might just be the case that if you can't ignore something, then the Internet is not the place for you.

Obviously, I believe harrassment involving illegal (or otherwise gruesome or unpleasant) content should result in a ban, because that's the way our legal system generally works. But, banning someone based on some cussing or stating an opinion that some other person doesn't agree with? I don't think that sort of harrassment can be monitored. If someone constantly pesters you on a diary/Kupipage? Well, either delete the respective comments or turn it Private/Protected. As for Fleeting Thoughts, I think some people just need to learn to ignore and blacklist.

I reckon Kupika's current features to block/delete are sufficient enough for people (who are smart enough), to avoid harrassment. Others should learn to understand that this is the Interent, and there be monsters.
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Old 02-14-2011   #20
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Thumbs down Need an example of harassment?

My account is deleted but, I have gotten 7 death threats
one person told me to slit my wrist, go kill myself, die you heartless -----...
That enough for you?
Kupika is a terrible website, and i'm shocked that this website is still up.
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