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May 27, 2014, 07:10:55 AM
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I keep seeing sales of MSDN keys, which are technically the exact same as pirated keys (both violate Microsoft's TOS / EULA) and fall into the copyright infringement part.

I was wondering if this is actually allowed, or if the mods haven't gotten around to removing the posts?

I honestly don't know what's okay to list as an item and what's not.

I mean, the next things that come to mind are cracked / hacked accounts (paypal / btc-e / etc...) or credit card numbers / ssns / etc...


Edit: Nevermind, found the rules, locking this thread to prevent spam. I'll report all those posts I see:

1. Trading of goods that are illegal in the seller's or buyer's country is forbidden.
3. To prevent illegal trades involving hacked accounts, there are special restrictions when selling accounts and invites for invite-only sites. See https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=134779.0

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