PopAsia's rules so that we can all have a good time posting on Facebook
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22 Oct 2014 - 1:12 PM  UPDATED 22 Oct 2014 - 2:31 PM
SBS PopAsia Facebook House Rules
 
We want your experience of the SBS PopAsia Facebook community to be as positive and enjoyable as possible so we have House Rules that we expect everyone to follow. All contributions are published at SBS’s sole discretion and must comply with the House Rules.
 
Be polite. Treat other people using the Facebook page, including admins, with respect and courtesy. Comments using inappropriate language, which are abusive towards other users, or which appear to deliberately provoke arguments, will be deleted and/or the user will be blocked. Please respect other people's views and opinions.

Be yourself. Do not impersonate someone else or post on behalf of another user.  Do not post from an account that is intentionally false or misleading to other users.
 
Don't break the law. Do not post comments which are defamatory, discriminatory, incite violence, infringe copyright or are otherwise unlawful. Messages that are factually wrong and misleading may also be deleted.
 
Stay on topic. This Facebook page is to discuss all things Asian pop. Off topic messages will be deleted.
 
Don't dominate the conversation and don't spam. Be respectful and give other people the chance to speak and contribute. PopAsia reserves the right to to reject comments that have been widely canvassed in the PopAsia Facebook community.  PopAsia also reserves the right to reject contributions from users who seek to dominate the conversation.
 
Don't advertise. Contributions that seek to endorse commercial products or activities or solicit business will be removed.

Friend only friends
. SBS PopAsia advises that you should only friend and direct message people you know. If you are in any doubt - block
 
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SBS PopAsia reserve the right to reject and remove posts, or block/ban users that fail to comply to the house rules.

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