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Re: Profanity

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A player with an American flag has the name killmuslims 

 

dont think its appropiate

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Re: Profanity

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Please see the following link for information on how to report an offensive username:

 

http://answers.ea.com/t5/Iron-Force/FAQ-Someone-is-being-abusive-in-the-chat-system-What-should-I-do...

 

I will go ahead and lock this thread.

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I agree! But the folks at Chillingo probably don't speak or read English, not that they would care even if they did, as longer as Killmuslum is a paying customer.

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the question is did you even tried to take a screenshot of this player in global chat? if you did then post the screenshot in this forum so that anyone from EA-Chilingo can take actions... or did you  even tried to tapped on his name and report abused? these are the basic steps to report such offensive language and even players nickname.... i dont take sides on this game or EA and i barely play the game.... but then again, a player flying US flag on his tank doesn't meant the player is an American it could be anyone only EA can exactly figure out where the player really is located thru IP address

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Don't EA have any say in this

 

its inciting racial hatred which is an offence

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@globalwarfareuk wrote:

Don't EA have any say in this

 

its inciting racial hatred which is an offence


I agree with you, that a statement like this on a public forum is offensive, but that comes from the assumptions that the individual is making a political statement. But what if we look at it from another perspective?

 

What if this is a young boy or girl who recently lost their mother or father or both, because they decided to go to work one morning or to the market place, and the train they travelled on, or the office building they went to, or the mall they chose to shop at, was blown up by some Islamic militants and their parents where killed! Or maybe they decided to go on a vacation and the place they stayed at was overrun by Islamic militants who had their parents beheaded! Or they went to a concert to relax and enjoy themselves and an Islamic militant decides to strap on a vest containing high explosives, shrapnel, and rat poison, and decides to detonate it in the crowded theatre. Or maybe, they didn't even make it to the theatre, because they where run down on the street by some Islamic militant who decided to use a big truck as a weapon rather than a transport vehicle for which it was designed! 

 

And why where their parents killed? Because they weren't Muslim!

 

But then again, it could just be some ignorant A-hole who wants to cause trouble! But the question is, which did you think of first!

 

Just something to think about.....

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Can't agree..

 

the courts certainly dont think " oh well he has had a tough life we will let him off"

 

ravial hatred IS racial hatred....

 

if i said this out allowed i we'd I would be in serious trouble

 

 

maybe he is planning a suicide bomb attack......

 

these things cause a lot a lot of upset, why can't chat and na,es be vetted before being allowed so simple

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Never said I agreed. Just wanted to offer another perspective. As was mentioned above by another gamer, there are methods of dealing with such concerns outside a public forum. I was simply commenting a thought, just as you have commented your thoughts. I believe I'm entitled to, just as you are!

 

Cheers!

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@Cephas12@globalwarfareuk@Renzo_90210@Intensereader

 

Please see the following link for information on how to report an offensive username:

 

http://answers.ea.com/t5/Iron-Force/FAQ-Someone-is-being-abusive-in-the-chat-system-What-should-I-do...

 

I will go ahead and lock this thread.

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