Jun 8 2004
Thank you, Froggy. |
|Quote: The ToU|
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- contain pornography, or sexual material of any kind if on the fixed plan (No adult content is permitted on the fixed plan)
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- uploading data which is not in the English language if on the fixed plan (None-English boards are not permitted with the fixed plan)
- removing, or attempting to remove, the popup adverts that occur on the fixed plan.
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So then, things like language would fall under #3 (obscenity), correct? Are there any differences in what can or cannot be done if you have a variable plan?