Code of Conduct (CoC)
I. All members must read and agree to the DHJ Code of Conduct
before becoming an official member of the Die Hard Juniors community.
II. Cheating, hacking, game tampering, or system tampering will get
you kicked out of DHJ. NOTE: PLEASE READ AND UNDERSTAND
YOUR X-BOX LIVE DISCLAIMER AND DO AS FOLLOWED.
III. Discrimination of any type will NOT be tolerated at all! This
includes inside of lobbies, chat forums, or any game of any type.
Please represent DHJ to the fullest and in a positive manner.
IV. All members are accountable for themselves and their actions.
Leaders within DHJ are NOT responsible for members who break
rules. DHJ has a three strike policy. Violating members will be
judged by the Vice Presidents - Management.
V. All members in DHJ have an open door policy to speak with any
member on any issue that one may have.
VI. Tea-bagging is NOT allowed.
VII. We ask for 100% loyalty from all members in DHJ. Remember
that we are a family and should have each other's back and work to
protect and serve all DHJ members no matter the rank of an
VIII. Never leave another DHJ member behind. To quit in the middle
of a game because your team is not winning is not acceptable.
This is considered leaving a member behind. We are all DHJ. We
will win or lose together.
IX. If you are called to a party by a higher ranking member please
respond to that person ASAP. (Note: Even if you don't like that person
or have had problems with that person in the past you must answer
their call no matter what). Also, please show respect to your clan elders!
X. When and if you have a problem or idea, please use the chain of
command when you need to express these things. You should
never go over your superiors head no matter what the situation is. In
doing so you will be de-ranked even if your 100% right or wrong
about the subject matter. Please respect your leaders.
XI. To become an official DHJ member you must sign up for an
account on this website.
XII. The age of DHJ members ranges from 9-15 10 months years
of age but there is Die Hard Gamers (DHG) for recruits ages 16+.
They are still in our chain of command and are equal of ranks.
E.G: a DHJ General (GEN) is still a higher rank than a DHG Commander (COM)
but a DHJ General is still of equal to a DHG General.
XIII. Always remember to have fun!
REMEMBER TO MAKE SURE YOUR MOTTO AND BIO ARE VISIBLE SO WE MAY VERIFY YOU MUCH QUICKER!!!!!!
The Code of Conduct outlines the rules that you need to follow to ensure that Xbox.com, Xbox LIVE, and Games for Windows - LIVE are fun for everyone.
Don't use Xbox LIVE, Games for Windows - LIVE or Xbox.com to do anything illegal. Microsoft is not responsible for anything you say on the service/website or for anything that happens because of what you say; you alone are responsible.
Don't harass, abuse, or spam other players.
Don't scream, yell, threaten, or stalk other players.
Don't distribute, post, publish, upload, disseminate or discuss defamatory, infringing, obscene, sexual or unlawful materials like child pornography or illegal drugs, including images, audio, video, or text.
Don't post links to websites that violate the Code of Conduct.
Don't give out information that personally identifies you (such as your real name, address, phone number, credit card number, etc.) while you're playing. This includes voice chat and the names you create for your gamertag or mottos. This information could be used by other players for illegal or harmful purposes. Also, don't give out the personal information of other players.
Don't create a gamertag or motto that other users may be offended by, this includes comments that look, sound like, stand for, hint at, abbreviate, or insinuate any of the following: profane words/phrases, topics or content of a sexual nature, hate speech (including but not limited to racial, ethnic, or religious slurs), illegal drugs/ controlled substances, or illegal activities.
Don't create a gamertag or motto that references controversial religious topics, notorious people, organizations, or sensitive current or historical events that may also be considered inappropriate.
Don't cheat in a game unless cheats have been deliberately enabled.
Don't modify or hack game content to create cheats.
Don't intentionally play with someone else who is using unauthorized software or methods in order to help inflate your game rank or gamer score.
Don't post links to materials that could harm other users' computers or would allow others to inappropriately access software or Web sites.
Don't impersonate or harass Microsoft employees, moderators, or staff members.
Any non-game- related conversation that takes up a substantial amount of the forum or chat space and prevents users from finding game-related information may be considered a violation of the Code of Conduct.
Don't use the forums or chats for any commercial purpose without the express consent of Xbox.com. You may only create an account for yourself as an individual. You may not create an account for your corporation or other business entity.
Some offenses warrant an immediate account cancellation, including but not limited to hacking, modding, fraud, severe racial remarks, nudity on the Xbox LIVE Vision camera, continued creation of profane gamertags or profile content, and posting viruses or URLs to viruses.
In addition, trying to avoid a temporary suspension by creating alternate new accounts may result in a permanent ban on the new user account and a possible escalation of punishment to the original account and all related accounts.
If we are notified that you are abusing the voice feature or message features, your ability to use the voice and messaging system will be suspended.
Microsoft is not obligated to send you a warning before these actions occur. If your account is suspended while participating in a tournament or competition Microsoft assumes no liability in the loss of any potential prizes or recognition related to the tournament or competition.
Microsoft is not obligated to monitor every post, but we have the right to remove any post or take action against any user.
Microsoft reserves the right to remove at any time, without notice, any user-created content from Xbox LIVE, Games for Windows - LIVE and/or Xbox.com.
Microsoft reserves the right to immediately terminate or suspend a user for violations. Microsoft can contact any Internet Service Provider and provide the ISP with information on illegal activities.
How can you avoid getting into trouble? That's easy. Just follow the rules.