I dunno...a private amusement park can discriminate based on ' height ' and ' weight ' as to who is allowed to go on their amusement rides....can they not ?_Allan_ wrote: ↑Jun 16th, 2012 2:00 amIf they try to delete any history of me, it'll show up in server logs/backups etc. The reason they don't delete people is because of the difficulties. Not to mention, I have screen shots of the PM's. If they deleted my avatar, they would be taken to the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal, who would deal with them.
As I said in my PM to ornar, private business CAN NOT discriminate against people based on creed (or sex, or weight, or age, or sexual orientation, or height, or race, or hair colour, or eye colour, without being in a world of trouble.)
And frankly, as far as the avatar issue goes, if there is a rule such that ALL religious themed avatars aren't allowed...then so long as there is no discrimination in it's enforcement ( i.e it applies to ALL religions ), I don't see an issue with it...the rule is being applied equally to everyone.
And, I don't see how having one's ' religious themed ' avatar removed from a site in any way prevents anyone from fully enjoying their ' freedom of religion ' rights under the Charter. What's next - are you going to go after RFD in court because RFD ALSO has a rule that you aren't allowed to discuss religious topics on RFD - and as a result this RFD rule - your ' freedom of religion ' rights under the Charter have been somehow been violated ? If a site can ban religious themed threads / discussion- then it can ban religious themed avatars...at least IMO.
And, on the issue of ' freedom of religion ', if one's religion is staunchly and unequivocally ' anti-gay ', do you think you someone has a right to post an ' anti-gay ' avatar under the cloak of religious freedom ?
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