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I own a Paid-to-Click service where my members get paid to view advertisements, my advertisers' makes available to them. I have a big problem with cheaters.
If somebody gets caught cheating, can I publish his/her username, name, surname, email address, IP address on a list made publicly available for other similar website owners to review and lastly; can I make available a link to your answer under this list I would like to create (basically quote you). How can I do this all legally.
The server the website (list) will be located at is in the US.
I'm Fran, and I’m a moderator for this topic.
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I do not have a choice to wait. I already paid for the answer.
As I said, I already paid for my answer, so cancelling it would be stupid. I thought this was the place to get quick answers? I was wrong. I will be waiting for your response then.
Please return the deposit.
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