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#1 Stoney871

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Posted 01 October 2013 - 11:25 AM

It has come to the attention of the Forum staff that the level of swearing and reliance on the swear filter has increased.

The filter is in place to save the moderation team having to censor and edit all posts.

Just because the filter is in place the use of profanity is not acceptable.

Remember, the Forum Staff can see what you have written even through the filter.

Swearing, profanities and overly suggestive posts will not be accepted and may result in posts being removed without notification and in extreme cases may result in posting rights of offending Members being restricted.

Please keep this Forum child and work computer friendly.

Your assistance in this matter will be greatly appreciated.

 



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#2 jeebowhite

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Posted 15 June 2014 - 01:48 PM

This is a further reminder on top of Stoney's comments above.

 

More and more users are posting and having swear words removed from the filter. Whilst the filter is there as a catchment to prevent the words being seen, we still dont want to see "!Removed!" in posts.

 

This is a family friendly forum and all content should remain to be seen as such. If you do not want your children to see or say the words you are putting in your post, dont put them there!

 

This is also extended to the use of imagery, whilst we all like to find a funny picture now and then, again we need to ensure that they are family friendly. If you do not want to explain to your child what the content of a picture is, do not include it in your post.

 

If you have any questions on this matter, please contact any of the active moderators you see. We can be identified by our yellow banners displaying "Staff" or "Management" under our profile pictures to the left of a post.




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