Guidelines for comments on schoenstatt.org
Schoenstatt.org offers all users the opportunity to share opinions and post comments on the content published on www.schoenstatt.org; we encourage you to do this frequently because we want to create a space for dialogue and free exchange here.
schoenstatt.org is not responsible for the comments made through the comment function on the schoenstatt.org website. Users must refrain from making any discriminatory, insulting, threatening to personal dignity or privacy, or any other expression contrary to the law. Schoenstatt.org reserves the right to not authorize or even delete comments if they are considered inappropriate.
This applies particularly, but not exclusively, to comments that
- are spam or published many times
- contain copyrighted information from other websites whose publisher has not expressly consented to the dissemination of such information
- have obscene, insulting or degrading statements towards third parties, whether of a religious, sexual, political, racist or other nature, which may affect the dignity and rights of users
- are disavowals, insults, defamations or insults which are detrimental to the right to honor and one’s own reputation
- contain hate comments, fake news and conspiracy theories
- contain links that may cause damage to the schoenstatt.org platform or are erroneous
- disclose information or personal data of third parties (names, addresses) without having obtained their prior consent (GDPR).
Commentators take on the obligation
- to make comments on the respective publication in the form of relevant and reasoned (approving or critical) contributions
- to respect the content of this policy, to use the website appropriately and to provide appropriate and respectful comments to third parties and the website in accordance with the above conditions.
The comments serve as a dialogue between users about the real stories or topics published on schoenstatt.org. The authors of the articles can, but do not have to, respond.
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