Rule 13

Rule 13 – Lying
2009.10.09 CE

Rule 13 – Lying about anyone’s actions or words is wrong, including lying through omission, redirection, and unwarranted ignorance, and should be punished.

Lying is telling someone something that you know is not the truth in order to harm them, oppress them or obstruct something. In other words saying something that you know to not be the truth in order to prevent consequences of your actions or words, or to prevent someone else from doing something that they wish to do but you do not wish them to do.

Lying does not include expressing an opinion that the rest of the world may deam improbable, such as that your child’s first finger painting is the best painting ever done my humans.

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