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It is not our job to police this, "thanks" to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. Let the lawyers sort it out.


We do not support questions that ask to bypass a TOS or EULA. This goes hand in hand with our policy of not allowing question that deal with piracy. I'm sure this student and/or their parent signed an acceptable use policy for using school computers, and therefore, playing Minecraft on a school computer as described would violate that policy. Even if they ...


We are completely against users asking or answering questions that involve illegal activity. So much so that if you merely imply that you're pirating a game, your post will be removed. However, violating a EULA in and of itself is not illegal. We are not here to police contracts which in some jurisdictions are partially or completely unenforceable. We ...


We're not in the business of enforcing NDA's per se. However, in general, when there is a question as to whether to consider a game 'unreleased', versus 'generally availiable', we have often used the existence as an NDA as a close-enough heuristic to consider questions about a game to not be a good fit here at Arqade.


badp's answer is spot on about the license and such. So I won't waste time rehashing what that says. I do want to add, though, as an answer to what you can do. Please contact us using the "contact us" form found at the bottom of every page on the site, and specify "Other" and explain the situation. This will allow us at Stack Exchange to take the action that ...


Adam Davis, in the link that @Private Pansy provided, states that: The Children's Online Privacy Protection Act requires that websites cannot collect personal information from children under the age of 13, including "full name, home address, email address, telephone number or any other information that would allow someone to identify or contact the ...


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