Bayesian analysis Prior to finding this in his search history what probability would you put on his 'looking to cheat'?If he were looking to cheat, what is the probability of finding this search in his browser history?Some forums can only be seen by registered members. I can understand if someone accidently clicked on an ad, but how would it have specifics like that? As for the default age range search on various sites, I have no clue - go there yourself and see if it bothers you that much.
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If he were not looking to cheat, what is the probability of finding this search in his browser history?
You can look at this logically and rationally or You can ask a bunch of people to make conclusions based on ignorance. I did go there on my computer, and went out and then back to it...didn't happen with me.
By offering players special partnership bonuses within the game, rewards, and whatever else, developers, crafty as ever, find new ways to skim a little more gravy off the top of of the meaty, delicious money-cake that is their playerbase. It could very well be that the implementation of these mechanics was driven by a kind of pure, humanitarian benevolence.