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Rules & Regulations
« on: December 18, 2017, 04:20:32 PM »
This post will outline how you should conduct yourself during your time here. Please read it thoroughly before using Deepwebtalk, and remember to check back regularly in case of changes. Failure to comply could lead to account deletion or suspension.

1. No Trading

You may not facilitate trades using The Hub, either via public message boards or our PM system. There are no exceptions to this rule, and users found doing so will be either warned, suspended or deleted depending on the circumstances. If spotted, please report any violation of this rule to a staff member for investigation.

2. When Promoting Products You Sell:

a) You may only link to your official marketplace vendor profile when posting.  Do not make posts discussing your products or services without including a link to your marketplace profile.  That is what the marketplaces are for.

b) You must be verified as a vendor and have the "Vendor" tag

c) You must not attempt to promote trade via any other means such as Email - even if the market you vend on is currently out of action.

3. Prohibited Items

The promotional discussion of certain items, and discussion that endorses certain behaviours, is not permitted. As a general rule, prohibited items and topics should be considered those that are designed to harm others, or harm others by their design. This includes (but is not limited to) items and topics on the following list:

- Child Pornography
- Fraud
- ID theft
- Destructive hacking
- Weapons
- Explosives

It is natural that these items and topics may surface in natural, non-promotional, objective discussion, and we believe that in most circumstances there is no harm in this.

4. No 'Doxxing'

We are all members of a relatively anonymous community. Please respect one another's anonymity and never post details, suspected or known, regarding a community member's 'Real Life' identity.

5. No Spam

Spam comes in many forms, such as: Advertisements; links to malicious content; content with zero value. The Hub is not a place for posting this kind of content, and spammers will have their accounts and posts deleted.

6. No Trolling

According to Wikipedia: "In Internet slang, a troll is a person who sows discord on the Internet by starting arguments or upsetting people, by posting inflammatory, extraneous, or off-topic messages in an online community (such as a forum, chat room, or blog), either accidentally or with the deliberate intent of provoking readers into an emotional response or of otherwise disrupting normal on-topic discussion"

Trolls are not looked upon kindly; their accounts may be restricted or banned, and their posts may be removed or moved to an appropriate sub-forum.

Please enjoy your time here at Deepwebtalk, and as with anything incredible, use responsibly!
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