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Do not promote services that enable academic fraud.
Artificial metric boosters
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Badware and hacking
Do not promote content such as spyware, malware, unverified technical support, or any other type of software that results in a misleading or deceptive user experience.
Copyrighted content and trademark violations
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Do not promote or sell false documentation such as fake IDs, passports, or other official documents.
Imitation or counterfeit goods
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