Blog Guidelines--Too Bad A F F Isn't Serious About Them!  

wistfuljester 64M
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7/15/2006 2:37 pm

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Blog Guidelines--Too Bad A F F Isn't Serious About Them!


Here's a copy of those guidelines. I see them abused constantly, yet if anyone clicks on Request Review, nothing ever happens. Nor does sending emails to the "Abuse Team" do any good.

AdultFriendFinder Blog Guidelines

In the interest of creating a safe and friendly blog community, please refrain from:

Excessive use of foul language, profanities, obscenities, or vulgarities.

Harassing, threatening, degrading, intimidating, victimizing, or abusing any individual or group. This includes hate based on a member’s age, gender, ethnicity, disability, religion or sexual orientation.

Interrupting or repeatedly posting a lot of off-topic comments that disrupt the flow of conversations.

Any suggestions/site complaints are best to be directed to customer service using the Help Form.

Selling, advertising or posting ads or making solicitations, including URLs for other sites.

Posting any URLs, no matter what the intent or content, except in the places where it’s otherwise noted.

Posting any personal contact information. This includes email or instant messenger addresses, phone numbers, etc.

Posting copyrighted material or anything that’s protected by intellectual property rights. This includes text, photos, images, sound, and video files.

Posting instructions or information on how to do anything illegal, such as shoplifting, hacking, etc.

Any attempt to collect or post any other member’s handle, password, or other private, personal information, such as telephone number, email/instant messenger addresses, home address, etc.

Starting or allowing arguments which escalate into threats, harassment, or violence. Feel free to argue and defend your opinions, but keep it civil.

Flooding a blog. This means you can’t continuously post the same comments over and over again to disrupt a conversation.

Hacking.

Transmitting or attempting to transmit a virus to other members.

Impersonating or trying to pass yourself off as an employee of AdultFriendFinder, its parent company and/or affiliates or subsidiaries.

Making defamatory statements about AdultFriendFinder or any of its affiliated sites.

Unless we mentioned it above, anything you post to your blog or anyone else’s must comply with AdultFriendFinder's Terms of Use.

Multiple violations will result in deletion of accounts and any other accounts connected to this member. Previous violations will result in future violations being treated more swiftly and severely.

FunFlirty4u 45F

7/15/2006 3:30 pm

I did use foul language the odd time to get my point accross but I don't think it was excessive. What about obscenities? Isn't this an adult site? Don't we want to have sexual fantasies and stuff to read about?


wistfuljester replies on 7/15/2006 3:39 pm:
Excellent point. Just what is "excessive"? LOL

Foul language doesn't concern me, but being rude and abusive to others does, whether in your own blog or someone else's.

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