Unblocked Chat Room
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Unblocked Chat Room
To open the chat window (if not already opened) click on the chat room you want to open by clicking on the chat room name in the left bottom corner of the screen under the "Rooms" tab. To open another chat room follow the same instructions. To close a chat room, click X in the chat display window on the relevant chat tab. Closing the last chat room will close the chat display window. The chat window is re-sizable and when more chat rooms are open that can fit the width of the chat display, the chat rooms can slide by clicking the directional sliding buttons. The chat window can also be dragged on the screen according to your needs.
In a chat room that is not a private room, on the very right side click on button to expand the list of online users signed in that chat room. Currently online players are listed in alphabetical order.
When a new message is posted in a chat room, in the tab of the chat room it will display and flash white message marker notifying you of new input. The same marker appears in the list of chats in the Rooms tab on the bottom left corner of the game screen.
By clicking close (x) on the chat rooms tab in the chat window will not sign you out from that chat room, but simply remove it from the chat window. To leave the chat room, so that others cannot see you online, you must click on the button. To re-enter a chat room, simply click on the name of the chat room. When you leave a private room, the room will disappear from the list of rooms and all the history will be deleted. The history of other chat rooms is always reloaded when re-entering those rooms in the same session.
Each chat except private chat can have a topic. The topic text is appended to the top of each chat room. To set the topic of any chat except private chats type /topic: followed by the text you want to append as topic. To delete the topic just type /topic
Town chat allows you to talk to your fellow town members. The title of the channel is the name of the town. Councillors and founders of the town are allowed to set, change and clear the channel topic.
Alliance chat allows chat between all members of an alliance. The title of the channel is the name of the alliance. Councillors and founders of any town in the alliance are allowed to set, change and clear the channel topic.
Fort chat only becomes available when you are currently signed up for a fort battle. The title of the channel is the name of the fort in which the battle is taking place. Players signed up to the attacking team get their own chat room, and those signed up to the defending team get a separate chat room. Councillors and founders of the attacking or defending town have the ability to set, change and clear the topic.
You can create or join a custom chat room with the command "/join [room name] [Password]". Setting a password is optional. With custom chats you can for example, create your own chat room for alliance or town leaders. Custom rooms are deleted after a period of inactivity.
There are a number of special commands that have a special effect when typed in the chat window. To enter a command, simply type a forward slash (/) before any of the following words to activate its effect as explained below.
Colours can be applied to your chat messages. In order to change the colour of one or more words in your message, type a forward slash (/) before one of the following numbers in order to apply its corresponding colour to all the words after it. More than one colour may be used in one message.
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The background of this action is fully summarized in this Court's April 7, 1998 Memorandum Opinion and will not be repeated in depth here. On October 20, 1997, defendant passed a "Policy on Internet Sexual Harassment" ("Policy") stating that the Loudoun County public libraries would provide Internet access to its patrons subject to the following restrictions: (1) the library would not provide e-mail, chat rooms, or pornography; (2) all library computers would be equipped with site-blocking software to block all sites displaying: (a) child pornography and obscene material;1 and (b) material deemed harmful to juveniles; (3) all library computers would be installed near and in full view of library staff; and (4) patrons would not be permitted to access pornography and, if they do so and refuse to stop, the police may be called to intervene. See Pls. Ex. 1. It is the second restriction in the Policy that lies at the heart of this action.
If a patron is blocked from accessing a site that she feels should not be blocked under the Policy, she may request that defendant unblock the site by filing an official, written request with the librarian stating her name, the site she wants unblocked, and the reason why she wants to access the site. See Intervs. Ex. 21, Request to Review Blocked Site. The librarian will then review the site and manually unblock it if he determines that the site should not be blocked under the Policy. There is no time limit in which a request must be handled and no procedure for notifying the patron of the outcome of a request. See Pls. Ex. 18, Deposition of Cindy Timmerman at 93-94. All unblocking requests to date have been approved. See Def. Ex. 15, Decl. of Douglas Henderson ("Henderson Decl.") at 18.
As noted above, defendant concedes that it blocked three of the intervenors' sites, The Safer Sex Page, the Books for Gay and Lesbian Teens/Youth page, and the Renaissance Transgender Association page, as of February 6, 1998, even though these sites admittedly did not violate the Policy. See Def. Ex. 18, Def. Answer Intervs. Sec. Interrogs. It is undisputed that by May 1998 defendant had unblocked these three sites, see id., and there is no evidence that any of intervenors' sites have been blocked since then. Defendant asserts that none of the intervenors have standing to sue now because their sites are no longer blocked, they do not contain "any material that would even be considered a candidate for blocking," and "there is no reason to expect that any of these web sites will ever be candidates for blocking under the Internet Policy." Def. Mem. Support Motion Summ. J. at 6, 8. Therefore, defendant contends, intervenors cannot meet the burden of demonstrating that they have an "injury that could be redressed if the requested relief is granted." Lujan v. Defenders of Wildlife, 504 U.S. 555, 561 (1992). See, Simon v. Eastern Ky. Welfare Rights Org., 426 U.S. 26, 45-46 (1976) (stating that a plaintiff must demonstrate a "likelihood that the requested relief will redress the alleged injury").
Defendant has failed to carry its burden of demonstrating that the wrong will not be repeated. Douglas Henderson, defendant's Director of Library Services, has acknowledged that the content and imagery on websites frequently changes. See Henderson Decl. at 14 (acknowledging "the changing nature of the WorldWideWeb"). In addition, the materials from one website also may be transferred to another website located at a different address. See Intervs. Decl. A, Decl. of Sergio Arau ("Arau Decl.") at 5. Such changes could lead X-Stop to block even previously unblocked material. Therefore, intervenors are justified in having a reasonable expectation that they may be blocked again in the future.
Furthermore, defendant's concession that none of the intervenors' websites contain or likely will ever contain material that violates the Policy does not prevent intervenors from having standing given defendant's admissions that X-Stop blocks websites that do not violate the Policy and that defendant does not even know what websites X-Stop blocks or how it selects them. See Henderson Decl. at 18 (stating that defendant is aware that X-Stop blocks websites that defendant would not block "if we knew about them"); Bradshaw Dep. at 12-13 (stating that Log-On Data Corp. has refused to provide defendant with the criteria it uses to censor websites); Pls. Ex. 2, Dep. of Douglas Henderson ("Henderson Dep."), at 494 (stating that defendant has never seen a list of the blocked sites). On this record, because defendant cannot "demonstrate that there is no reasonable expectation that the wrong will be repeated," and because a declaratory judgment would provide intervenors with relief, we find that the fact they are currently unblocked does not prevent intervenors from having standing to pursue this action.5
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