Hey sqrage, I was wondering if I could borrow your D3 account so that Sevion and I can play together. So far I've been using his account, but we'd like to be able to play together, haha.
It's not against the ToS as long as you don't make the account publicly available.
This is exactly what I mean. This is why the kid got what he deserved. Calling someone the N-word is like smacking them in the head with the hammer of history. It's like saying their whole 'race' is 'lower' than yours because they used to be enslaved.
This doesn't help anything -- they just got usernames, those usernames aren't necessarily associated with any private information, and if the pedos have been smart, which they probably have been since they're on the darknet, they use an unique username for that. Sadly, this gains nothing.
Basically, you allocate a database connection (usually a class for itself, depending on the database system you're trying to use - SQL Server is the one .NET uses, look up the System.Data(.Sql) namespace) with a connection string (which is usually a string that tells the system what database...
It's a good idea, but they're taxing the wrong things I think. Should rather be candy, chips, high sugar products, etc., not essential cooking products such as butter. They'll learn with time though, in conclusion I think this law is good with some modifications.