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It is against the rules to use js code to hide the registration Canalmail

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Post by Fibo on February 8th 2016, 6:46 pm

Hi there,

I found a javascript code that hides the Canalmail step in the process of registration of new users.


Is this illegal?

And being illegal, What part of the general conditions does this say?

Thank you

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In progress Re: It is against the rules to use js code to hide the registration Canalmail

Post by brandon_g on February 8th 2016, 6:55 pm

Hello,

What exactly is the 'canalmail' step?

-Brandon


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In progress Re: It is against the rules to use js code to hide the registration Canalmail

Post by SLGray on February 8th 2016, 7:45 pm

Editing the registration process with codes can be against the Terms of Service. What exactly is canalmail?


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In progress Re: It is against the rules to use js code to hide the registration Canalmail

Post by APE on February 8th 2016, 7:56 pm

I can answer this one as i have had this problem before.

Yes making the page hide for new members is breaking the law and is breaking the TOS as that page tells the new members the rules made out by law all over the world.

to remove this page then becomes a law matter and your forum will be deleted without warning.

Thats why we have a I agree button so the members know the law and the rules we have set out on the forum.





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