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    Laws and Violations

    Introduction At the New Team of Weapons and Tactics, the Leonida Regional Police Service establishes fundamental laws or "gameplay guidelines" to ensure effective policing in the world of GTA Online. These guidelines aim to provide both public players and team members with an immersive experience, free from unnecessary restrictions that could detract from the virtual gaming environment. Given the potential dynamic nature of GTA Online, including the possibility of introducing game-changing elements such as flying weaponized vehicles and laser-firing weapons as was done in the previous
  3. At the New Team of Weapons and Tactics, our approach to managing cheats, exploits, and glitches, is tailored to the context of gameplay, ensuring flexibility for personal enjoyment without compromising the integrity of competitive play. Understanding Cheats, Exploits, and Glitches In the realm of gaming, the terms "cheats," "cheating," "exploits," and "exploiting" often lead to confusion and can be subject to contentious interpretations. While not all players may agree with the definitions provided here, it is crucial for members of the New Team of Weapons and Tactics and users
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    Email Archive Requests

    Migration from Google Apps - February 2022 For those who might not remember, in February 2022, the New Team of Weapons and Tactics migrated away from our cloud provider at the time, Google Apps. We had a suite of services with them including email. For a variety of reasons, some of which included improved security, better control of our own data, and cost savings, we migrated away from this to our own self-hosted "suite" of solutions, email included. Prior to leaving Google, we halted the receiving of emails and exported all of our data into separate per-user archives on Febru
  6. The New Team of Weapons and Tactics would like to alert its members and visitors to a recent security incident that occurred on the premise of our networks. On February 11, 2024, the Department of Information Technology at the New Team of Weapons and Tactics discovered that one of our servers had been compromised with a ransomware attack. The attack – known as LockBit – was found to be strategically embedded in an installer that one of our technicians utilized to perform regular maintenance on the server in question. The ransomware acted as a “time bomb”, not immediately acting u
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