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SwiftIRC network rules
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By connecting to SwiftIRC, all users agree to follow these network guidelines. Failure to adhere to them will result in your access being limited or, in extreme circumstances, revoked altogether.

No Spamming

Spam is defined as irrelevant and annoying (potentially disruptive) messages. Spam is usually sent in an effort to illegitimately promote something.

Most likely you've experienced receiving spam in the form of marketing e-mails. This can also be an issue on IRC, especially with new users trying to attract users to their channels. However, a more serious form of spamming is the advertising of (potentially malicious) web sites.

To maintain a quality chatting experience on the network as well as protect users, spamming in any form is against the network rules.

The following sub-topics are available concerning spamming and advertising:

Advertising channels Messaging random people or channels with messages designed to attract them to a channel is considered spam advertising. This will usually earn you a warning from an IRC operator, however if you continue to spam, you'll likely end up getting banned for the network for a few days. Also, if the channel in question belonged to you, it may be either suspended or forbidden at the staff's discretion. If you do not own the channel, but otherwise represent it, we may speak to the channel owner about your behavior. Advertising URLs/web sites Messaging random users or channels in an attempt to get them to visit a web site is considered spamming. Depending on the severity of this spamming, you may be banned without a warning. Also, the staff may decide to filter the URL from all messages sent through the network if it is seen as appropriate. Advertising IRC servers Spamming IRC server addresses as a form of advertising is not permitted. You will usually be warned once about doing this. The server address in question may be filtered if the staff deem it necessary. Please note that it is still acceptable to mention a server address within an appropriate context, and also to have one in your channel topic (if you have moved networks, etc). Spamming malicious URLs A malicious URL is one intended to harm the user. This includes sites that attempt to install malware (or entice the user to install it themselves), phishing sites, and certain "shock" sites. Spreading/spamming a malicious URL is very likely to get you banned.


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