Note regarding the Picture Upload Space

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There are a few things you should know:
  • Your picture space is totally private. No one is going to browse through your pictures, not even the staff, they have no access to them.
  • As we've said before, we will not tolerate any abuse. In order to control that, we're checking per-member statistics and see if anyone's got way too many pictures (in which case we'll ask the member for an explanation).
  • You're free to use your pictures on any site that you want, not just GBAtemp.
  • We might be allowing SWF file upload in the future, but we need to figure out a few things first.
I think that's it.
Enjoy this little service!
 

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very appreciated costello, GBAtemp rocks
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well for starters you can't upload pictures to other people's spaces (not that I know anyway
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and I don't think there's any way we could prevent you from uploading porn onto your pictures space as we don't check the pictures that you upload.
 

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