#1 - 2012/10/25 08:47:00 PMIts official. The report buttons that Blizz implemented awhile back officially go to an inbox where nobody looks at them and they are deleted on mass once the inbox is full. How do I know this is the case? Just last week we had a player in trade chat give off some specific views on Jews and Blacks.[Removed]clever no? He was reported but yup you guessed it boys and girls he is still on and after several "N" bombs that he nicely mispells to get around the filter, trade chat had to be turned off. So what is in the local trade chat at this very moment you may ask? A few people are describing the best way to [Removed] Of course we can all see how those are in game topics, Right?
All I am asking here is that we settle this right now. Either burn the Code Of Conduct and anything goes or Blizz actually implements some sort of control. I am pretty sure that both acts above are actually criminal in some or all states. How much would it cost Blizz to hire 4 people per realm to do 8 hour rotating shifts to mod Chat? I am not talking about all chat people are social animals, but like the 2 examples above those need to be caught on the spot and allowed to roll on for days until Blizz maybe gets around to looking at a report.