Code of Conduct
Last updated: June 11, 2020
Note: This is the Code of Conduct for the Debating Forums. The Code of Conduct for comments on blog posts are available here.
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All members writing topics and comments in the Debating Forums must adhere to these codes:
All members are expected to use appropriate language when communicating. Profane language will not be tolerated.
Members are expected to be formal on the Debating Forums.
Racist, sexist, Homophobic or any other discriminatory language in topics and comments will not be tolerated.
Defamatory, libellous, offensive, indecent, harassing or otherwise unlawful language in topics and comments will not be tolerated.
Comments unrelated to the debate in the topic may be removed.
Topics that do not have a motion may be removed.
Any codes broken will probably result in your topic or comment being removed. The AnalyticaHP History and Politics Blog reserves the right to delete any topic or comment it deems that breaks these conditions. The AnalyticaHP History and Politics Blog will always notify your soon afterwards if your topic or comment was removed.
If your topic or comment has been removed and you believe that it did not breach any of the above codes, you may contact us about this via the chat function on our website or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org . We will listen to your appeal, however, we reserve the right to decline your request.
Deliberate repeated breaches or one serious breach of these codes may result in the AnalyticaHP History and Politics blog terminating your membership.
Below are some other guidelines for members in Debating Forums:
Members are also expected to debate in proper manner, this means detailed explanations of all points mentioned are expected.
Members are advised to keep a neutral tone while debating.
While there is no word limit on the length of comments, short one word answers such as 'that is not true' or essay-long comments will be reviewed and possibly deleted, though with no consequence to the author.
Lastly, although we do not ask for citations, members are advised to cite a source when mentioning evidence. However, members are not expected to send false information in the forum. Information that false or from an unreliable source will not be reviewed and possibly deleted.
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