#HackHarassment manages a variety of social media channels and communities and strives to create informative, engaging, supportive forums where we can share information and have conversations.
We’ll do our best to talk candidly about online harassment, listen to your feedback, answer your questions and be transparent about sharing information and providing our perspective.
Please read and review these Guidelines carefully. By accessing, posting, commenting, or using #HackHarassment communities, you accept and agree to be bound by these Guidelines, which Guidelines may be updated or changed by us from time to time without notice to you by updating this posting. If you do not agree with these Guidelines, do not access, post, comment or use the communities. Please bear in mind that the comments and responses that you read on our channels that are not posted by us come from members of the public. The content of these comments (including opinions and statements) posted on our channels do not necessarily reflect the views of the Hack Harassment campaign or our partners, and are the responsibility of the individuals posting them.
We strive to create an inspiring and supportive community on our social media channels, so we ask that all users follow these Community Guidelines:
First and foremost, we ask that everyone demonstrate respect for other members of our social media communities.
We encourage and welcome your comments and feedback, provided that you share your viewpoint in a way that is respectful to us and our community, and is not inappropriate, off-topic, abusive, harassing, or profane.
The Hack Harassment team reserves the right to reject or remove comments that are not in keeping with our policy and to block, ban, and report anyone who violates this policy. We also reserve the right to report unlawful behavior and vandalism of our communities to the appropriate Internet service provider and/or law enforcement agency.
Comment Moderation and Response
We will do our best to moderate and respond quickly to your comments and feedback. Generally, we check in at least twice a day during business hours. Please remember, though, that this forum contains the opinions and views of other users. Although we are moderating our channels to help ensure that users’ posts comply with these Guidelines, we cannot be responsible for the accuracy or reliability of any comments or materials posted by users not affiliated with the campaign.
We May Use Your Posts
By posting on one or more of our social media channels, you understand that your posts, and any ideas or techniques contained in them, may be freely used by us in any way and in any media, including on this forum, on our other websites and social media pages, and in our business. Accordingly, please do not submit any ideas or materials that you wish to keep confidential or for which you expect to receive compensation. In addition, when you post in any of our social media channels, your name, likeness and social media handle will be visible and associated with your post and if we re-use your post elsewhere, we may display your name, likeness and handle there as well.
The #HackHarassment Pledge
We want the Hack Harassment online community to set exemplary standards for digital citizenship, inclusion, and respectful dialogue. We hope that by joining our community, you will commit to following our pledge to proactively speak out against online harassment whenever you see it. Please read and sign our pledge to make the internet a safer, more inclusive place.
You must be at least 13 years old to participate; and
If you are a minor in your jurisdiction (but at least 13), please do not post your comment without the knowledge and permission of a parent or legal guardian. If you are an adult, and your post contains the name or likeness of a minor, you must be the parent or legal guardian of that minor.