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Ple4Win forum policy - B Bharatadjaya MSc

This forum is accessible for everyone. Most people have a common sense to feel whether something is appropriate to post in this forum. Nevertheless, we do need to have a few posting rules for everyone to refer to.

By registering and participating in Ple4Win forum discussions you agree to the following 'Code of Conduct':

- You agree not to post any abusive, obscene, vulgar, slanderous, hateful, threatening, sexually-orientated material or any other material that may violate any applicable laws. Post which violate this Code of Conduct may be edited, moved or deleted without notice. This may lead to temporarily or permanently banning your account from this forum. This can also be without notice, but in most cases, a warning will be issued.

- You agree that the administrators and moderators of this forum have the right to remove, edit, move or close any post, topic or thread at any time if these are in violation of this Code of Conduct.

- You agree that the administrators and moderators of this forum have the right to temporarily or permanently disable your account and/or ban your IP address at any time if you are in violation of this Code of Conduct.

- You agree that the administrators and moderators of this forum have the right to send a private message with a warning and/or censor any forum user who is in violation of forum policy. The IP addresses of all posts are recorded. If you were to continue to break this Code of Conduct your account will be reviewed and you could be banned.

All posts made to this forum express the views and opinions of the author and not of the administrators or moderators. Therefore the administrators or moderators will not be held liable.

It should be noted that this Code of Conduct will continue to change and evolve with constructive feedback from users and from experience. It is our hope that these policies will create open, honest, and civil discussion. We welcome feedback about any concerns that you may have so feel free to contact us.

Last updated: 11 november 2008