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Can you get banned from ChatGPT?

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ChatGPT was released in November 2022 by OpenAI and built on top of GPT 3, a family of large language models. The bot uses the language technology of OpenAI GPT 3.5, which is an upgraded model of GPT 3 released in 2020.

On February 1, 2023, OpenAI introduced a paid version of ChatGPT — ChatGPT Plus — which allows you to access ChatGPT even when the demand is at its peak with the faster response speed and early access to the new features. You can get a subscription to ChatGPT Plus at just $20 per month.

For the time being, ChatGPT Plus is only available to the users of ChatGPT in the United States, and OpenAI is planning to expand its access and support to more countries and regions soon.

In this article, we have discussed whether you can get banned on ChatGPT and other things you need to know about ChatGPT.

What does the ChatGPT bot do?

ChatGPT is an artificial intelligence tool that can answer the questions asked by users in a human-like manner, it can give you correct answers with full explanations. Some users have used it for fun like creating poems and creating an opening line for dating apps and some have used it to generate headlines, create abstracts for articles and get help with homework.

Chat GPT can help you with computer coding as well ChatGPT can answer all your questions whether it is a childhood story or a complex question from your science class and give you a satisfying answer unless the question you have asked is not violating its terms of use.

Also read: How to fix ChatGPT internal server error?

Can I get banned on ChatGPT?

Yes, you can be banned on ChatGPT.

If you violate the terms of use of OpenAI, then your account will be terminated. Section 2(C) of the Terms of Use of OpenAI has mentioned a few restrictions, and some of them are that you may not use this service in a way that infringes or violates any person’s rights or you may not represent the output from the services as human-generated because it is not, you must not use any method to extract the data from services.

Section 6 of the Terms of Use of OpenAI has mentioned under Term and Termination that if you materially breach sections 2 (Usage Requirements), 5 (Confidentiality, Security and Data Protection), 8 (Dispute Resolution) or 9 (General Terms), they will terminate the terms immediately.

Also read: How to check if ChatGPT is down right now?

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