Each chat room has a specific purpose and unique guidelines as outlined in the chart below.
Derogatory comments regarding race, religion, sexual orientation will not be tolerated in any chat channel.
By using the auto chat-block feature located in your preferences (found via: menu preferences) you can block most offensive language posted by others withing the various chat channels. Spammed messages, such as invite requests, hat related ads, kingdom recruitment ads, and trade ads are also regulated.
Brief invite requests, hat related ads, and kingdom recruitment ads are permitted in all channels.
Hat and recruitment ads must be very brief (10 word limit) and can not be repeated more than once every 5 minutes.
Though social networking sites like Facebook and My Space have come under fire in recent years as havens for sexual predators, incidents of predators actually contacting teens through these sites are less prevalent than media reports might suggest, according to a study released this week.
"A close perusal of media stories suggests that online molesters have not changed their tactics as a result of the advent of social networking sites," according to a report from the University of New Hampshire's Internet Solution for Kids, Inc.
that will be published in the February/March issue of American Psychologist.
The study relies on data collected between 20, including interviews with teenage Internet users as well as federal, state and local law enforcement officials.
Please put the details of your ad into your profile status and limit your ad in chat to short notice similar to this: "Paying to help X win Y hat, see my profile!