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SOUND FORUM COMMUNITY STANDARDS

Sound Travels Sound Forum, in common with other websites, is a platform to enable its Authors to submit Posts & Events. As an enabling platform the views of the Authors are their own and do not necessarily represent the views of Sound Travels Sound Forum.   


Articles by Authors are required to meet the following community standards:


1. Articles should not employ abusive or racist language.


2. Articles should be balanced and open making any research data mentioned available for peer-review and/or be supported by peer-reviewed material.


3. Article content should remain relevant and avoid straying to topics not related to the article heading.


4. Content must not endorse or appear to endorse political figures or parties whether explicit or implied.


5. Authors cannot permit other writers to use their Author's Space.  


6. Articles should not significantly exceed the scope of Sound Forum.


7. Author's articles should take into account any necessary data protection laws (see below).


Articles not meeting these standards may:


a. have links inserted to factchecking sites to provide Sound Forum members with more information.


b. be unpublished or deleted


c. result in the Author's account being closed.


Sound Travels Sound Forum provides a reviewing process to enable others to add their views to which the above same standards apply. All articles have a REVIEW button at the top of the article which others may use to express their point of view. A reviewer's material is treated in the same manner as Author's material. A similar procedure is in place for Testimonials.


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION


Contributors should be aware that the "Right To Be Forgotten" (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Right_to_be_forgotten) may be employed in some jurisdictions to ensure that certain types of content cease to be found on search engines. Sound Forum fully deletes all Author material upon request.


EU/UK Data Protection: Companies in the UK and the EU are legally required to be GDPR compliant. Non-UK and non-EU companies who may collect data from or about EU & UK citizens are also required to be GDPR compliant - https://gdpr.eu/compliance-checklist-us-companies/

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