Policy for Engaging with BikeSpace Online Communities

Thank you for visiting BikeSpace online communities and we look forward to reading your comments and opinions in response to our posts. The following guidelines apply to individuals who engage with BikeSpace online communities including the BikeSpace Blog, Facebook page, and Twitter page.

We appreciate and read all feedback, but please keep in mind that these online communities are managed and moderated by volunteers who respond to comments and inquiries when they can.

We also ask you to remember that these pages are a public space and it is a privilege to participate in any of these communities. BikeSpace’s online communities adhere to Civic Tech Toronto’s Code of Conduct and Anti-Harassment Policy and moderators reserve the right in their sole and absolute discretion to remove any comment deemed offensive, derogatory, misleading, or otherwise inappropriate. We ask that you be respectful of the members of this community by leaving out profane and offensive language. Contributors assume all liability for posting material that infringes copyright. Opinions, conclusions, and other information expressed by external contributors on our online platforms belong to the author and do not represent the views of the BikeSpace community.

Identifying Inappropriate Use

If you notice inappropriate or unlawful content that has been published in breach of this policy, please report your claim via a private message or email to bikespaceTO@gmail.com.

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