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Posted: May 22nd 2009 7:25PM (Unverified) said

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Rules / Laws that are not enforced often do more damage than the presence of the negative behaviors they are intended to address. They leave the problem unmitigated, while undermining the credibility of those who are charged with their enforcement.

If Linden Lab fails to 't pursue this battle of enforcement quickly and vigorously, they may ultimately win the war, but find their slow / inept response causes far more damage to the SL economy than the bot usage they have stated is unacceptable. LL are you listening?

Posted: May 22nd 2009 9:07PM (Unverified) said

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If companies like Blizard and EA can't win the war against bots with their MMORPGs, how would a company like Linden Lab (where it's way easier to create a bot program) stand a chance? Sadly enough it's without any doubt a war they'll loose. The only way to address the issue is to change the ranking mechanism...

Posted: May 22nd 2009 11:17PM (Unverified) said

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The Lindens' policies all make sense when you look at them through the eyes of a newbie. I have a full explanation on my blog, http://blog.playprocyon.com/2009/05/will-lindens-shut-down-en-garde.html

Posted: May 23rd 2009 8:55AM (Unverified) said

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The only place for camping chairs are in zombie themed sims.

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