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Court: Obtaining muted in RuneScape does not violate your civil rights

A federal court of appeals shot down a Pennsylvania man's criticism that getting muted by an internet video game (in this case, most likely RuneScape) violated his civil rights. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit tossed out Amro Elansari's claim in a Jan. 22 judgment. Elansari stated that no reason was given by its moderators for doing so and he had been a streamer with 2,000 hours. His appeal to these was refused.

Elansari's lawsuit, which was filed in handwriting on a court-provided form was promptly dismissed by A federal district court judge. Elansari had alleged"Discrimination -- Business -- Public Space,""Free Speech/Expression/Culture" and"Due Process -- Adverse Action -- Notification Breach of Contract" as the constitutional grounds for hearing his claim. When his lawsuit was dismissed at the district level, it was taken by Elansari to a three-judge panel, who did not believe much of it either. Jagex is a U.K.-based firm, and the other suspect Elansari named, Shanghai Fukong Interactive Entertainment, is a China-based venture capital company that bought Jagex in 2016.

Elansari also said his claim was among public accommodation discrimination (in other words, although some private businesses may not discriminate against their clientele). The Third Circuit panel n't went for that, either. "Even generously construing Elansari's criticism to raise a claim of public accommodation discrimination [...] at no point [...] has Elansari alleged losing access to Jagex's internet game due to best way to buy osrs gold discrimination based on any of those reasons protected by Title II [of the Civil Rights Act of 1964]," the court wrote.

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