No doubt sooner or later someone will post a list somewhere on the web. Rooms is actually quite a good app and there are some interesting chat rooms being created.
I would also add that the American concept of Freedom of Speech refers to the government not being able to suppress political dissent.
You would have to have a very distorted view to think that demanding to post a sexist joke on a game wiki was any form of astute politcal commentary.
Nor is this a government-mandated programme paid for by your taxes.
It exists through the effort of myself and the moderators, who put in time (and in my case also money) so you all can have a place to find information and discuss the game.
The bot is of course mercyless, so users should beware of the following spam rules it obeys: Spam protection will trigger for the following cases.
Rooms is a sort of throwback to the early days of the internet, perhaps even to bulletin boards before the internet existed.
So after due consideration it seems we need to add some context to the rules.
This context is as follows: The Elder Scrolls Online Wiki and the chat did not spring into spontaneous existence. There is no philosophical or United Nations mandated Human Right to Have A Dark Souls Wiki and a Chat.
Just look at the Rooms rating on the i Tunes store, it warns of fantasy violence, sexual content and nudity, realistic violence, alcohol, tobacco and drug use, gambling, horror, profanity, crude humour, and suggestive themes. Although the app is made by Facebook, you don’t log in with Facebook and Facebook does not have access to your account or profile.