Code of conduct
As part of AberdareOnline’ commitment to make AberdareOnline a place to meet and interact with others, you agree to abide by our code of conduct. Your commitment to these guidelines throughout the AberdareOnline website ensures a positive experience for all participants.
AberdareOnline is not responsible for the content or activities in any user-created no associated too AberdareOnline communication services. We reserve the right to terminate your access to any AberdareOnline communication service or delete content, without notice, found to be in violation of the code of conduct.
- Please treat all other online participants with respect and do not use AberdareOnline to threaten, harass, stalk, or abuse other users.
- AberdareOnline reserves the right to remove user-created services and content that advocate or encourage expressions of violence, bigotry, racism, hatred, obscenity, or profanity.
- Impersonating a AberdareOnline employee or another user is forbidden.
- AberdareOnline does not allow behaviour or content related to illegal activities. You cannot use AberdareOnline to publish, post, distribute, or disseminate defamatory, infringing, obscene, or other unlawful material or discussion.
- You may not use AberdareOnline for the purpose of linking to external sites that violate this code of conduct.
- Do not post messages that contain photos, music, software or other material protected by intellectual property laws, rights of privacy or publicity, or any other applicable law unless you own or control the rights thereto or have received all necessary consents. AberdareOnline is not responsible for any use of material posted by users.
- Do not post or promote any materials that could harm or disrupt another user's computer or would allow others to inappropriately access software or web sites.
- In addition to upholding this code of conduct, you are responsible for adhering to all local and national laws that pertain to your location.
- AberdareOnline is not designed as the primary place to store any materials; you are responsible for creating backups of materials you post. AberdareOnline is not responsible for loss of, access to, deletion, alteration, or restoration of any materials associated with AberdareOnline.
- You are responsible for any actions you may take based on advice or information you receive online. Use your own judgment when evaluating information provided through AberdareOnline, and remember that the information provided could be from people at any age and experience level. The decision to conduct transactions is your own and you should perform your own research prior to making any decisions.
- We caution you against giving out any personally identifiable information (such as social security number, credit card number, name, address, telephone number, driver's license number, password, etc.) online. This information can easily be used for illegal or harmful purposes.
- You are responsible for protecting your computer against interference or viruses that may be encountered on the Internet and AberdareOnline. We recommend you install a virus protection program on your computer and keep it up to date.
- We encourage parents to join their children as they explore the Internet so that parents can be aware of and help exercise control over the material their children encounter, and to help make sure that their children do not post images of themselves, school records, or any other identifying information that could be used in a harmful manner.
Thank you for following this code of conduct and joining in with AberdareOnline! We reserve the right to amend or change the code of conduct at any time and encourage you to periodically review these guidelines to ensure you are in compliance.