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CC Policy on Leaked Info

Postby Troy » Mon Jan 05, 2004 1:55 am

Classic-Castle.com is revising its policy on leaked information about future LEGO sets. In the past it was the policy that no discussion of leaks was permitted.

This is being changed to allow for the discussion of "legitimate" leaks. This means that set information that was come accross in a legitimate manner is open for discussion.

Example:
The availability of the new Harry Potter sets on the ToyWiz Website.
http://store.yahoo.com/dragonballzcentral/lehapo.html
As these are now publicly available, and ToyWiz is a legitimate LEGO retailer, such information is fair game for discussion.

Example:
Scans of officially released publications, such as LEGO Magazine of catalogs in current sets.

Information that is obtained illegally is NOT open for discussion.

Example:
A retail employee looking through the stores computer system for upcoming set names. This is proprietary information that the employee has no business looking for, so it is NOT open for discussion.

Example:
Scans from a retailers / distributors catalog. These catalogs are for use by stores in ordering future sets and are not for public discussion. Scans stolen from one of them are NOT open for discussion.

If you have a question about if something is appropriate, ask an admin BEFORE posting it and causing an uproar.

Troy
Last edited by Troy on Mon Feb 09, 2004 8:48 am, edited 1 time in total.
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Postby Mr. D » Thu Jan 15, 2004 4:40 pm

Good policy; thanks for making it clear, Mr. Moore.

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P.S. Why is there a big space between my sig. and the bottom of my post?
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Postby wlister » Thu Jan 15, 2004 4:46 pm

You need to write more and that space will fill in.

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then

there is no space...

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Postby Troy » Thu Jan 15, 2004 9:13 pm

Mr. D wrote:Good policy; thanks for making it clear, Mr. Moore.

Mr. D

P.S. Why is there a big space between my sig. and the bottom of my post?


I believe you may have me confused with someone else. :)

And there is a space because your message is shorter then the info in the left side of the post (where your avatar goes).

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Postby Mr. D » Fri Jan 16, 2004 2:08 pm

Sorry, Troy, I had had you confused with someone else. :oops:
By the way, what is you last name?

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Postby rogue27 » Thu Feb 12, 2004 1:46 pm

Well, this is more like a clarification than a revision, isn't it?

Posting a link to publicly available information is not a leak, it is just helping other people find the information. That's what I had assumed anyway, so I'm glad the "revision" matches how I had been behaving.
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Postby kaloo » Sat Feb 21, 2004 11:14 pm

stated by rogue27
...the "revision" matches how I had been behaving.


You mean you know something we dont know? :o Tell us!!!!
jkjkjk :lol: (there'd be more smilies & winks if everyone didn't tell me not to use them)
A bit harsh, but still a good policy.
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