I checked my mail yesterday and apparently somebody has reported me. Not only that it says Oculus agrees with them.
Apparently they can't tell me what I did and the email is from a donotreply.
This all seems very odd, I mean why warn you and not tell you what you did? They could at least point to the post with the issue.
I have got to be honest curiosity is burning a hole in my soul.
So anybody want to guess what I did wrong? You can make it up if you like as long as it's funny
Or maybe the reporter would like to let me know so I can curb my anti-social behavior in future.
Also do I get an ASBO certificate I can hang in my Oculus home.
What's your opinion on this strange process as it is my first one on here after 5 years on the forum.
How far do you think they can go back in post time to report something. I have checked all my recent posts and it is all pretty innocuous stuff.
One or more members of the Oculus community has reported your behavior, and we have determined that your conduct violates the Oculus Code of Conduct and/or Terms of Service.
The Oculus platform is meant to be a safe community to meet and interact with other users in virtual reality. When you engage with others on our platform:
- You may not use any sexually explicit, abusive, obscene, hateful, or racially offensive language.
- You may not harass, bully, or threaten other users.
- You may not impersonate an Oculus employee, partner, or representative.
Future violations may result in further action, including but not limited to, suspension or termination of your Oculus account.
Thank you for your cooperation.'
- The Oculus Team