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Community Ground Rules
Online conduct should be guided by common sense and basic etiquette. The laws that apply in the offline world must be obeyed online as well. You must also obey rules for use of third party tools, and rules of interactive service providers, state, local, federal laws, or foreign or international law as applicable. Ignorance of the law is no excuse. We (Designsomething.org) and its partner sites reserve the right to terminate your use of the Designsomething.org Online Community (including any accounts and permissions) for any reason or no reason at all, and may cooperate with law enforcement in providing any information in our possession as a result of your use of the Designsomething.org Online Community.
You agree that you alone will be personally responsible for your use of Designsomething.org Online Community and for all of your postings, communications involving the Designsomething.org Online Community, and content you contribute to or via the Designsomething.org Online Community, You are also solely and personally responsible for the behavior of others using your accounts or permissions on the Designsomething.org Online Community and related web sites. Moreover, you understand and agree that you will indemnify and hold harmless Texas Instruments and Designsomething.org, its affiliates, suppliers, employees, officers, and directors from any liability or damages arising from your conduct (or that of others using your accounts or permissions) on or using the Designsomething.org Online Community, including any postings, communications, and content that you post or submit to or via the Designsomething.org Online Community and related project web sites.
If you encounter another user who you believe to be violating any of the Community Ground Rules described herein, please report them using the “Report Abuse” functions of the Designsomething.org Online Community or via email to email@example.com.
Designsomething.oeg uses a team of moderators to maintain online community balance. In order to help make the Designsomething.org Online Community a rewarding experience for everyone, Designsomething.org Moderators may occasionally find it necessary to make changes to, or reset certain these guidelines and terms and conditions.
Apart from maintaining user experience, new forum and other new capabilities moderators:
Have the ability to edit a message if it contains profanity, advertising, or violates these Community Ground Rules in any way
Have the ability to move content if it is off-topic, they believe an answer may be obtained or achieved in another area of the site, or they believe the content isn’t relevant to Designsomething.org and its members