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#1 - The rules or lack thereof apply to all forum users when they use CodeWalrus discussion mediums, regardless of user skills, member rank, religion, country, friendships and views. Playing the victim by yourself or on someone's behalf when reprimanded is also disallowed.
#10 - If a forum member never breaks the rules, but it becomes clear that he constantly behaves at the very limit of bannability or that he is testing the rules non-stop (eg finding loopholes), then he can still be warned for it. Long hiatuses from the forum will not erase past warnings.
UPDATE:Rule #3 now mentions "malicious content". This can be anything from rickroll pages that locks you up into an Alert box loop, viruses and luring people into damaging or formating their devices with misleading info. I'M not sure why this was not mentioned before in the rules, but I guess I figured that it would be common knowledge.
#2 - Being rude, intolerant, provocative, manipulating or trying to start drama are disallowed under any circumstances. There are other ways to express your opinion.
#3 - Discussing or sharing advice or files dedicated for cheating on tests and exams, as well as the sharing of malicious content, private information, illegal (ROMs, warez, etc) and adult material is strictly prohibited. Such content or links to it will be removed from your posts.
#9 - Discussion in French is restricted to the off-topic section and the topic title must be prefixed with [FR].
#3 - Discussing or sharing advice or files dedicated for cheating on tests and exams, as well as the sharing of malicious content, private information (including responding to private messages in public without the sender's permission), illegal (ROMs, warez, etc) and adult material is strictly prohibited. Such content or links to it will be removed from your posts.
#9 - You can use English, French and Dutch on the forums, but if the topic is not in English then the language must be specified in the title.
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