Contractors Anonymous Community Guidelines
Contractors Anonymous is a community which aims to put its members first when making important decisions. As the community grows; so does the volume of shared insights and key advice for interim and contractor specialists. To ensure these discussions help our members be more productive and successful, Contractors Anonymous has put in place Community Guidelines outlining the types of discussions and content that are acceptable on the site, and what may be deemed inappropriate and stopped by us. These community guidelines are intended to provide our members guidance and complement the list of Do’s and Don’ts found in the Terms & Conditions governing your use of, and participation in the Contractor Anonymous online services.
- Be Real. While anonymity is permitted with in the Contractor Anonymous forums, our members need to be real people, who provide their real names and accurate information about themselves when registering. Similarly, we expect that when sharing your experiences and insights; you will do so with honesty and a genuine desire to build the community of which you are a part.
- Be Professional. We ask our members to behave professionally by not being dishonest or inappropriate. We acknowledge the value of discussions around professional activities, but we do not want you to use Contractors Anonymous to shock or intimidate others. It is not okay to share graphic images to shock others, and it is not okay to share obscene images or pornography on our service.
- Be Nice. Contractors Anonymous shouldn’t be used to harm others. Terrorists and those who engage in violent crimes are not welcome on Contractors Anonymous. It is not okay to use Contractors Anonymous’ services to harass, abuse, or send other unwelcome communications to people (e.g., junk mail, spam, chain letters, phishing schemes). Do not use Contractors Anonymous’ services to promote or threaten violence or property damage, or for hate speech acts like attacking people because of their race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, political or religious affiliations, or medical or physical condition. Also, don’t use Contractors Anonymous’ services to intentionally infect others with viruses, worms, or other software that can destroy or interrupt their data or computer devices. It is not okay to interfere or disrupt Contractors Anonymous’ service.
- Respect Others’ Rights and Follow the Law. We do not want Contractors Anonymous to be used for illegal activities or to violate the rights of others. Don’t use Contractors Anonymous’ services to commit fraud. Before sharing or using someone else’s copyrighted works, trademarks, private information, or trade secrets, please make sure you have the legal right to do so.
Respect Contractors Anonymous’ Rights. Please don’t violate the rights of Contractors Anonymous. You can find more information about what this means in our User Agreement, but put simply, please don’t use our services to wrongfully take data or information. It is not okay to suggest that you are affiliated with or endorsed by Contractors Anonymous when you are not, and it is not okay to violate Contractors Anonymous’ intellectual property rights.