EWGA Boston social media policy
- EWGA Boston will not tolerate disrespectful content such as racial, ethnic, sexual, religious, and physical disability slurs.
- EWGA Boston promotes healthy and honest discourse with its readers.
- EWGA Boston values, respects, and upholds the intellectual property rights of its bloggers.
- EWGA Boston wants bloggers to have fun, be transparent and connect with other members through our social media portals.
EWGA Boston understands that some members participate in other social networking sites (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn, Meetup and Blogs. EWGA Boston respects member’s online social networking. However, your online presence can affect EWGA as your words, images, posts, and comments can reflect or be attributed to EWGA. It shall be considered a breach of acceptable EWGA Boston Member conduct to post on any forum, including but not limited to discussion lists, newsletters, blogs, information sharing sites, social media sites, social or business networking sites such as LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Meetup for and any of the following:
- Anything that may harm the goodwill or reputation of EWGA or any disparaging information about EWGA
- Any disparaging, discriminatory or harassing information concerning any member, vendor or other person associated with EWGA. EWGA policies prohibiting harassment apply online as well as offline.
- EWGA reserves the right to edit or amend any misleading or inaccurate content depicted in blog posts. EWGA also reserves the right to delete blog posts violating the code of conduct.
Members who violate EWGA‘s Social Networking Policy will be subject to disciplinary action, up to and including removal from the site and termination of EWGA membership.