- Shape Shifters
- Local Java Client
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The administration of Darker Realms recognizes that players have a
right to expect privacy on a mud. However, sometimes an administrative
wizard may snoop on you (that is, see what is appearing on your screen
as you play the mud) without asking you to use the allowsnoop command,
and without notifying you of the fact that they are doing so.
This will only be done in exceptional circumstances, such as a major
game-threatening bug or to confirm a strong suspicion that you are
breaking game rules (for example, by harassing another player).
If you have reason to believe that an administrative wizard is snooping
you without good cause, feel free to ask an Elder wizard to
investigate this. The administration of Darker Realms will not under
any circumstances tolerate gratuitous invasion of player privacy.
Please also note a general rule: There is no privacy on the Internet,
unless you use strong encryption. Your connection to the mud is not
encrypted, and it is possible (though unlikely) that someone entirely
unconnected with the mud could by spying on what you type and see on
See also: allowsnoop.