What You Must Know About Comments on Sacbee.com
Sacbee.com is satisfied use a forum for readers interaction, discussion, feedback and a reaction to our tales. However, we reserve the authority to remove inappropriate comments or prohibit customers who can’t play nice. (See our full tos here.)
Here are a few rules from the road:
• Keep the comments civil. Don’t insult each other or even the subjects in our articles. If you feel a comment violates our recommendations click on the flag icon to inform the other staff. Reacting towards the comment is only going to encourage inappropriate behavior.
• Avoid using profanities, vulgarities or hate speech. This can be a general interest news site. Sometimes, you will find children present. Don’t say anything in ways you wouldn’t like your personal child to listen to.
• Don’t attack other customers focus your comments on issues, not people.
• Remain on subject. Only publish comments highly relevant to the content at hands. If you wish to discuss an problem having a specific user, click his profile title and send him an immediate message.
• Don’t copy outdoors material in to the comment box.
• Don’t repeat exactly the same comment again and again. We heard you the very first time.
• Don’t use the leaving comments system to promote. That’s junk e-mail also it is not permitted.
• Avoid using all capital letters. That’s similar to yelling and never appreciated through the audience.
• Don’t flag other users’ comments simply because you do not accept their perspective. Please only flag comments that violate these recommendations.
It’s also wise to realize that The Sacramento Bee doesn’t screen comments before they’re published. You may see inappropriate comments before our staff does, and then we request that you simply click on the flag icon to submit individuals comments for moderator review. Additionally you may inform us via email at . Note the headline which the comment is created and inform us the profile title from the user who made the comment. Remember, comment moderation is subjective. You might find something objectionable that people will not and the other way around.
Should you submit a comment, the consumer title of the account can look together with it. Customers cannot remove their very own comments after they have posted them.