Originally Posted by spartan_arrawn
It's good that you are being pro-active about your bans, my clan has three bfbc2 servers one was ranked 16th in the world.
We actively look for cheats, but we have a rule that we follow.
It's better to let a cheat go free than to ban an innocent person.
I hope you apply a similar frame of mind when dealing with the general public, every conceivable iteration of statistical probability is in the process of being generated.
You must remember that, not everything that looks like a duck will quack.
yeah, we also use the same principle.
Here's a rough guide to our standard of banning:
We also would not post a ban on twitter for cheating unless we were 100% certain