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Reminder to Developers: No Scamming

CCP Bartender | 2016-07-04 12:46

Hello Developers

We just wanted to remind you that using any of our tools that require you to sign the Developer License Agreement to scam other players is against the terms of the developer agreement. This includes the use of the SSO or other authed CREST endpoints. The relevant part is below

2. Grant of License

3. Developer acknowledges and agrees that no Application shall be used (a) to inject, deliver, or activate malware, worms, Trojan horses, or other bugs, (b) as a means of phishing or spamming, (c) as a means of tracking Player information or Player activity without the express knowledge and consent of such Player, (d) as a means to misappropriate a Player's in-game items or other information, or to otherwise cheat, scam, or defraud Players who subscribe to the Application, or (e) as a means of implementing a denial of service attack, distributed denial of service attack, or other method of disabling or denying access to EVE or the Licensed Materials. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Agreement, Developer shall be liable to CCP for all resulting losses, expenses, costs of defense, costs of correction, and other damages (including without limitation damages for loss of business or profit, business interruption, or any other pecuniary loss) resulting from Developer's violation of this section.

Any developer found breaching this provision of the license will have action taken against them.


-CCP Bartender