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    Odd private message "infraction" about spammed message

    Hello, I was sent a private message, which didn't really make sense, as I only asked a question, I haven;t been sending spam.

    I think there must be an auto-bot that sent the private message to me. Could you update your processes to solve this problem?

    This is my original post.

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.p...5#post12070255

    Cheers, rich

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    Re: Odd private message "infraction" about spammed message

    Quote Originally Posted by now3d View Post
    Hello, I was sent a private message, which didn't really make sense, as I only asked a question, I haven;t been sending spam.

    I think there must be an auto-bot that sent the private message to me. Could you update your processes to solve this problem?

    This is my original post.

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.p...5#post12070255

    Cheers, rich
    Your now jailed post appeared to be spam and so your account was banned. When reviewed, however, it was clear it was not spam, so the ban was reversed.

    Your request is, however, a violation of the BBC terms of service, so your entire post was jailed.

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php...55&postcount=1

    What you are wanting to do is a violation of the BBC terms of service

    you may not assist anyone to, or attempt to, reverse engineer, decompile, disassemble, adapt, modify, copy, reproduce, lend, hire, rent, perform, sub-license, make available to the public, create derivative works from, broadcast, distribute, commercially exploit, transmit or otherwise use in any way BBC Online Services and/or BBC Content in whole or in part except to the extent permitted in these Terms of Use, any relevant Additional Terms and at law.
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/terms/personal.shtml

    As such , this activity is not supported here. Contact the BBC directly if you need assistance.
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