This is a discussion on D3Scene's leaked hacks policy within the Rules/Announcements board part of the category; Dear userinos. As more and more people have come to question our leak policy, I'm writing it in stone here. ...
As more and more people have come to question our leak policy, I'm writing it in stone here.
You may post whatever the unicorn you leaked or received leaked on the respective D3Scene forum. However, if the thread ends up in a flame war or in spreading false and/or empty accusations, OR the owner of the original hack tells us to, we will delete it without any questions asked.
This policy has served us well in the past and we have no intentions to change it for now. We do reserve the right to, though.
Now, whenever someone asks 'y delete siq leak pls???' just link them to this thread and tell them to shut up.
No mo' leakerino fights!
Last edited by yun0lel; 07-28-2014 at 04:20 PM.
Good, should stop a lot of childish flame wars
I think this is a great idea, i don't like the stuff that people do to others, crack someone else, and try to deface, what's the point? it's not the provider suffering, it's their customers in the end ....
I don't know what a leaked hack is, but this policy sounds legit.
If the owner of a hack asks for the thread to be taken down is it allowed to have a thread acknowledging the existence of a cracked version of the hack that does not include a download link?
Although I agree the thread could be used to flaming I think that could be resolved by simply closing the thread.
420 blaze it