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Help with ToS
JosephHeinz

The replit ToS says to not 'Intentionally distribute viruses, worms, defects, Trojan horses, corrupted files, hoaxes, or any other items of a destructive or deceptive nature;', but, if I made something in that list, but clearly stated that it was one of those, I assume that would go against ToS? This sounds dumb and I haven't and don't plan on making anything in that list, but even if someone did make one of those, ToS says 'deceptive' well, if it clearly said that it was in that list, would that still be against ToS? And what if someone doesn't distribute the item of the list, but instead just makes the repl? Again, I haven't and do not plan on making any of those, it just is a little unclear

Answered by SixBeeps [earned 5 cycles]
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SixBeeps

Notice how it says "destructive OR deceptive" so while someone could say their program is a virus, it's can still be destructive. In that case, yes, it's against TOS.

RoBlockHead

Chances are, if you need to ask yourself whether it's allowed or not, it's probably not.