Content Policy Updates (September 06, 2016)

Effective today, September 06, 2016, ChristianBlog.Com has updated our Content Policy to reflect one new clause and one changed clause.

These policy changes are affective immediately and apply to all members.

If you would prefer to not accept these two policy changes you may opt to terminate your account.

Addition to Content Policy Clause:

Slander & Libel: False or malicious claims regarding any person, organization, product, belief, etc., are prohibited. Posting blatantly false information, speculations as if they are fact, intentional slander, or libel are likewise are prohibited.

Updated Content Policy Clause:

Localization: ChristianBlog.Com requires that users publish only officially recognized language content.

has been updated from:

Localization: ChristianBlog.Com requires that users publish content that only contains English (either American or Britain) language at all times (hacker lingo not allowed).

Further Information:

The new Slander & Libel has been has a future-proof-clause for if a situation arises where a member chooses to partake of such actions.

The Localization clause was changed in order to allow ChristianBlog.Com to be more openly accessible to a greater percentage of the world.

Our previous Content Policy update was on February 16, 2015, making it one year and seven months since our last Content Policy update.

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Sandy Brooks

Sounds reasonable to me.

Timiarah Camburn

Slander doesn t occur in text form, and libel only comes into play if the writer discusses another party by name AND defames or falsely accuses such a person. If the other party is the writer s biological child, and the writer merely mention s the child s name and the way she named him for example, then I don t believe any legal misinformation or foul exists.

A writer is permitted to write about the events in his or her life. That s called an autobiography, just in case you didn t know. However, I m sure every member fully understands that this website is not a website that one should use to post an autobiography.

I m sure that anyone who posts biblical posts discusses what he or she knows from the Holy Bible and thus includes those verses in the discussions. If such is the case, then the posts can stand as biblical fact. Nothing is false if the Word of God backs it up, Old Testament or New.

I m sure that every member on this website uses the English language with perhaps a word here and there that may be different in various parts of the country. I m not sure what hacker lingo is. I d like you to post an example of it. If you mean English slang or Ebonics, then please say so, and I will take special note not to quote other people's use of such in my posts.

You may feel free to remove any of my posts and delete my entire account if you ever feel that I have violated your policies in any way. Any party who feels violated by my writing may feel free to initiate a legal proceeding for any libel that he/she feels that I committed. Until then, I will keep posting my blogs of faith exactly the way I ve been posting. Hallelujah, God bless, and enjoy your day.

Sarah VM

Grazie, merci, danke for the language clause. :thumbs_up: :cool: :tippinghat: