Then might I suggest you change the AUP to reflect that? If I'm reading this I assume all illegal acts are banned.
But so I am clear on this, I am allowed to discuss illegal acts as long as I don't say I'm going to go download the latest version of Top Gear? No this is not meant to be sarcastic, I'm asking an honest question here.
Note which comes first - to violate any laws. Also note what is described at length in the second paragraph - using GTP as a means of breaking laws.the AUP# You will not use these forums to violate any laws nor to discuss illegal activities.
# You will not use these Forums for the purposes of sharing or distributing viruses, licenses, registration information, software keys, pirated commercial multimedia files (such as ripped DVD's, CD's, etc.), "cracks", or other information designed to do harm to or allow unlawful access to any computer hardware, software, networks, or any other systems.
Smoking marijuana in the United States is not legal, discussion smoking a bong is bringing up the issue of illegal activities, therefore that is in violation of the AUP. I do not see what is so hard about this, either we enforce the rules for everyone or we do not have them at all.
All I'm saying is if we have members that get in trouble for talking about downloading a song, than I do not see this being any different. And before someone jumps on me, no I have not been in trouble for discussing downloading music.
+1 again.I can not believe you people thinking that Duke violated the AUP by mentioning a friend blowing smoke into his cats face..
I've smoked a blunt more than once... <- There.. Violate that...
Um, smoking pot is not exactly illegal as the chemical, Delta-9 Tetra., found in cannabis is very helpful towards AIDs & cancer patients.Smoking marijuana in the United States is not legal, discussion smoking a bong is bringing up the issue of illegal activities, therefore that is in violation of the AUP. I do not see what is so hard about this, either we enforce the rules for everyone or we do not have them at all.