House rules

A comment will be removed if we consider that it might be:

  • Falsely impersonating someone
  • Unlawful
  • Harassing, inaccurate, defamatory, abusive, offensive, pornographic, racist, sexist, threatening, vulgar, obscene, hateful or otherwise inappropriate
  • Advertising
  • Infringing copyright

Or if it contains:

  • Personal information which is not suitable for public viewing – e.g. address, email or phone number.
  • Content not relevant to the blog post.
  • Medical advice.

Read the full blog and forum rules

Please note: If we are informed of any allegations of sexual assault, or if someone is at risk of being abused, we are required to inform the relevant authorities.

2 thoughts on “House rules”

    1. Hi Ettina,

      The rule above says that comments need to be relevant – that means a comment needs to be relevant to the blog the person is commenting on. If someone wants to talk about something completely unrelated – they are welcome to do that elsewhere, like on our Facebook wall or online community.

      All our blogs allow comments, but the feature automatically turns off after 90 days.

      Thanks

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