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Stop iSketch Bullying

49 Signatures Goal: 100

We, the undersigned, call upon the owner of iSketch to take affirmative action against players using his game to abuse others. This concerns those who are guilty of having systematically attacked many other players. Some have also attacked, on multiple occassions, the iSketchforum and subsequently used the quote function to boast of their actions. These, like other iSketch bullies, use their iSketch quote function to aim abuse, including threats, at others. This should not be tolerated. If iSketch is unwilling to ban these players, as most would prefer, we request that the quote function be removed, thereby removing bullies\' ability to abuse others in this way. Advising players to ignore their attackers\' quotes is no longer acceptable. We, the people who play and support iSketch, deserve protection from such behaviour. If you agree with and have signed this petition, please send the link to other iSketch players that you feel would like to participate in this action. Please leave your iSketch nickname. Note: your nickname is ONLY visible to the person running this petition and the final recipient, iSketch feedback.

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A call for iSketch to either ban those that use his game for bullying, or remove the quote function used by the bullies to aim abuse at their victims.

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