AHLA Communities and Social Media
Social Media and Communities Policy
In principle and in practice, AHLA values and seeks to advance and promote diverse and inclusive participation within the Association regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, religion, age, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, national origin, or disability. Guided by these values, the Association strongly encourages and embraces participation of diverse individuals through its social media channels and encourages a free exchange of dialogue but reserves the right to edit or remove content posted on any of its social media pages under the following criteria.
AHLA will request revisions and/or will remove:
- User advertisements or solicitations without prior permission from AHLA
- Content that uses vulgar language, is violent, threatening, defamatory, fraudulent, obscene or deceptive and/or espouses, promotes or invites bigotry, hatred or racism
- Paid space advertisements
- Content that could be seen in conflict with AHLA’s diversity and inclusion values stated above
- Content seeking specific legal advice
- Content including personal messages, private discussions, or political activity
- Content that is off-topic, out of context, or is promotional/commercial in nature (marketing, sales, promotional materials, job recruitment opportunities, etc.)
- Content tied to spamming, flaming, or denial of service attacks
- Content from a fake or anonymous profile
- Content that includes personal and/or non-public information about an AHLA member, partner, or employee through negative statements or other means
- Content that is from a copyrighted work
- Content that contains images, including profile avatars, that is deemed as sexually explicit, cruel, or racists in nature, or which is otherwise deemed by AHLA to be inappropriate
Repeat offenders will be removed from all AHLA social media channels, regardless of which channel the offense took place. For more information, please contact us at [email protected].
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