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Join Date: Dec 2007
10-27-2010, 10:12 AM
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There's nothing you can do about that, short of demanding that everyone who signs the ELUA for the Foundry provides proof of age or something of that nature.
Cryptic will cover their collective backsides by stating that anything seen in the Foundry may not be suitable to a T rated game and using the system is at your own risk.
The funny thing about the EULA is that its meaningless for minors anyway. A minor cant enter into a legal contract, so if they DO "sign" it its automatically void and doesnt "protect" Cryptic from anything. That said, its not like their going to get sued or anything. Any minor that is playing has to have done so with their parents consent(to pay for the monthly sub at least), and its the parents responsibility to investigatge the product.