Rules for the Forum

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Rules for the Forum

Postby dursleyglos » Sun Feb 29, 2004 9:47 pm

Terms and Conditions you accept when you register

Users agree to any information entered being stored in a database. While this information will never be disclosed to any third party without consent the administrator cannot be held responsible for any hacking attempt that may lead to the data being compromised.

Users need to register with the forum before posting a new message.

Users agree to post in a way that is respectful of other users. Flaming or abusing users in any way will not be tolerated and will lead to an immediate and permanent ban.

Users agree to post in the relevant forum. Users are asked to read the forum descriptions before posting.

Users should remember this board is aimed at a general audience. Posting pornographic or generally offensive text, images, links, etc. will not be tolerated and will lead to the user being immediately and permanently banned.

Users should post in a way which is consistent with "normal writing". That is users should not post excessive numbers of emoticons, large, small or coloured text, etc. Similarly users should not SHOUT or use excessive punctuation (e.g. ! and ?) in topic titles or posts. Users consistently abusing this will be warned.

Spam is not tolerated here under any circumstance. This includes any offering of a commercial nature. Users posting spam will be warned and their post removed.

The forum administrator reserves the right to edit or remove any post at any time. The determination of what is construed as indecent, vulgar, spam, etc. is solely up to the forum administrator.

This forum system uses "cookies" to store information on the user's local computer. These cookies are used solely for improving the forum viewing experience on successive visits. The email address is used only for confirming registration details and password and for sending new passwords in the case of the old one being lost or forgotten.

The above forum rules also apply to private messaging. Abuse of the private messaging system may lead to warnings (as above) and/or the revokation of private messaging.
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