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Cord Cutters News Code of Conduct

Cord Cutters News wants to be a family-friendly website that is safe to view at home or at work. So we have a few basic rules of behavior for when using our social media and comments section.

To help keep the community family-friendly and focused on cord cutting we have a code of conduct for our site, forums, social, media, and any and all properties Cord Cutters News, LLC owns.

The following are CCN’s comments section Code of Conduct:

#1 Be polite: Please be polite when you comment. Disagreements will happen in cord cutting, because there are so many services and different points of view. That is the great thing about cord cutting. Unlike cable, no one is here to say this is your only way to watch TV. We will not tolerate personal attacks or rudeness.

#2 No promotion of piracy: If it’s not legal, we don’t want it here. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is…

#3 No selling accounts or physical goods: We do not allow the comments to be used as a marketplace. If you would like to sell a streaming player, we recommend eBay or Amazon.

#4 Please stay on topic: Comments that have nothing to do with the post are subject to removal.

#5 No Spam: Promoting a service you own or anything we may see as a spam may be removed for any reason.

Finally, Cord Cutters News reserves the right to remove any comment for any reason.

Our goal is to help as many people as possible become cord cutters. We also want to help current cord cutters get the most from their cord cutting experience. We will always moderate our comments with those goals in mind.

To help keep that in place, Cord Cutters News has recently started to research a new automated comments moderator. This system will automatically scan every comment and help manage the comments to keep everyone following the rules. This system is powerful and should help make sure that this stays a family-friendly website.

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