Black ops II security & enforcement policy

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Re: Black ops II security & enforcement policy

in reply to TearJerkeR

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Re: Black ops II security & enforcement policy

in reply to RobbieRocket

Go FAQ yourself with these "Phrases" You sack bulls you huge crock

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Re: Black ops II security & enforcement policy

in reply to TearJerkeR

Now that's what I call application, frustration release and humour all in one. Well done and fudge over!

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Re: Black ops II security & enforcement policy

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You cork sucking icehole

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Re: Black ops II security & enforcement policy

in reply to cookiedood

It is good that it is written

It is good that it is posted

It is good that is clear

- someone will still cry foul when they  break them as they do not understand it, or think it does not apply to them

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Re: Black ops II security & enforcement policy

rlbl wrote:

It is good that it is written

It is good that it is posted

It is good that is clear

- someone will still cry foul when they  break them as they do not understand it, or think it does not apply to them

Yes, but we can always go back to the CoC for the game and copy/paste the rules for them to read.

And, swearing getting you in trouble? Yeah, I get kids play this game BUT it is intended for adults. So, as a game intended for adults, shouldn't language NOT be monitored as much? I swear a lot even though my clan has clear rules on not swearing to other players. If parents are letting their kids play this game, then, they know that swearing is a part of it. If they don't, then they are dumb and shouldn't be having kids.

It should be if you are under 16 (maybe 15), and they find out, then you can get banned. IMO.

But then again...I'm going to be complaining about all the people swearing at me for being a girl, so that report button will be coming in handy.

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Re: Black ops II security & enforcement policy

in reply to kellysa111

I think people have taken what was written above and asumed any swearing falls into the category...

That is not what I read:

Offensive Behavior


Any user who is found to use aggressive, offensive, derogatory or racially charged language is subject to penalty.

I think your comment about being victimized for being a girl could, however, fall into this category (as well as my race)

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Re: Black ops II security & enforcement policy

in reply to cookiedood

looks like my microphone will be turned OFF.

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Re: Black ops II security & enforcement policy

in reply to cookiedood

any person who does any of those things is a scrub, lmao play the game nubs!

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Re: Black ops II security & enforcement policy

in reply to cookiedood

Hı from Turkey All of the Turks Players wanna Our Flags Did you remember Mw3 has our flag But this game hasnt . Please intrested in this topic

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