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Edited by Kellogs: 1/29/2019 2:14:28 AM
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Naming and Shaming Repeal

Repeal the name and shame clause in the code of conduct for evidence or have a place where we can send evidence privately. This in game reporting is not effective and is causing a distrust among the fan base as seen in the forums. [spoiler]Moderator edit: This thread has been moved to #Feedback forum so that other Destiny players can weigh in. See [url=https://www.bungie.net/en/Forum/Post/139533839/0/0]Cozmo's thread[/url] for more information about the #Feedback tag and its uses. Feel free to private message the moderator who moved your post, link to topic for further clarification about why this topic was moved.[/spoiler]

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  • Perhaps if you did a little investigation prior to making this 'request', then you would know that Bungie does have a process in place for reporting suspected gamers outside of the game. [url=https://www.bungie.net/en/Help/Troubleshoot?oid=13967]Report Suspected Cheating[/url]

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    • Edited by ThundaDevil: 1/29/2019 3:52:56 AM
      The reason they have that policy is to prevent those who assume one is cheating, and then causing a potential “witch hunt” or some weird shit people like to do. Say I have a laggy match, just a single one, yet someone thinks I’m cheating, so I get blasted all over here without any proof I’ve actually cheated. Can easily cause issues for me, or whoever would be in the same position as me. Fact is, people don’t know the difference sometimes, and start accusing without proof. Now if Bungie decides to give us a list of known cheaters, that would be great! Even if they’re banned, I can still have an idea of who to avoid in other games.

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    • They have a reporting system in place. Name n shame rules are there for a reason.

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      • Edited by LordShar: 1/29/2019 12:13:18 AM
        As much as I'd like to see naming and shaming policies changed, there is little chance of it happening due to local laws and liability issues. Furthermore, videos and screen shots can be doctored, so internet content always has to be taken with a grain of salt. Even if you can't post video evidence here, there is no such guideline on youtube nor reddit, so you can post away there.

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