|Mammu||Date: Friday, 2012-05-04, 5:15 PM | Message # 1|
There is a growing number in illegal firearms being distributed all over San Andreas and the bureau are targeting these individuals though the tracking of the advertising throughout San Andreas. The following terms are considered a use of trying to distribute these illegal firearms and using any of these terms will result in a FCC violation.
The weapon name itself. (i.e. Colt45, Deagle, Spas12, etc.)
"Selling/Buying an eagle from the desert "
Anything with "Eagle" or "Desert" or "Dead - Eagle"
[Weapon Name] - Poster
Replicas of a weapon
Watergun, Toygun and BBgun
Drug abuse has become a big crime in San Andreas area. As an ongoing investigations the F.B.I have decided to intercept the adverts which are aimed at disabusing the illegal contraband. Advertisements Must now not contain the following use of phrases such as :
The drug itself. (i.e. Marijuana, Crack, Pot, etc, ect.)
Materials are illegal items used to create weapons. These material help gangs and some individuals to create weapons to use in drug related crimes and robberies. The following words listed in an advertisement are all linked to materials in some way. The use of these words in an advert is an FCC violation and is punishable by law.
MATbooks or Mathbooks
Iron [And other forms of metals]
Looking for [M]ovie [A]long [T]he [S]unstrip - This applies for all categories
Advertisements such as the one above is also an FCC violation because of the word MATS is abbreviated in the start of each word. This rule applies to capitalizing and any other forms of isolating the letters. Anything sold above 1,000 units will be punishable by the same FCC Violation.
Vulgar language is something that most everyone uses. However, it's not permitted in advertisements or the news. Inappropriate language will result in an FCC violation.
Those types of violations won't be tolerated, and will be a cause for an FCC Violation for Misconduct or Misuse of an advertisement.
Credits to FBI for the current list.