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Words that shouldn´t be censored! (Portuguese)

Discussion in 'Bug Reports/Support' started by leonardojss78, Mar 2, 2015.

  1. leonardojss78

    leonardojss78 Member

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    Can you explain why regular words in portuguese are censored!?
    these ones i tryied,and the server said: Please don´t say that!
    espera=wait
    capacete=helmet
    so explain why,such regular words are censored!!
     
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    Some words can't be said because they contain smaller inappropriate words. Espera, for instance, contains pera, which is a swear word in Spanish. I'm not sure about capacete, but it's likely the same reason.
     
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    Pera is a pear in Spanish, it is not a swear word. It needs a double r to be a swear word.
    I've also tried the word wait but it wouldn't let me. I am not sure if you can say it now, but it's also a problem I have had to deal with.
     
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    That is true, but many people bypass the filter by spelling it with one "r".
     
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    Really!That doesn´t make any sense.Wow,censor words for containing swear words,good ideia,real nice...
     
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    But i guess i cant do nothing about it
     
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    That doesn't apply to other swear words. Like the female dog one. You drop a letter and you can still say it, and you bypass filter. You can either drop a letter, or replace it. People still bypass those filters either way. Blocking a commonly used word such as "espera" doesn't really help. But that's just my view.
     
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    I agree with you on that, but that's probably the best that could be done. Unless, of course, there is a way to allow words that contain filtered language inside of it.
     
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    I think the ''Espera = Wait'' Word REALLY NEEDS To be removed.
    It's a really important word in spanish.
    And pera = pear.
    Bruh.