Small Business Security Source Community Guidelines
We want Small Business Security Source to be a place where people can interact constructively, learn about security, and engage in useful conversations with one another. These Community Guidelines are meant to try and preserve a positive experience and communicate the general spirit of Small Business Security Source.
What’s expected of you:
- Give others the support and respect that they deserve. We want Small Business Security Source to be a positive environment where people can share and discuss freely.
- Profanity and hateful language are not tolerated here and will be removed.
- Do not post pornographic content in any way shape or form, whether it be via a link, comment, or image.
- Don’t attempt to spam or advertise on the Small Business Security Source. Useful links to external resources are encouraged, but excessively promoting something will not be tolerated.
- All content posted must comply with local, state, and federal rules, regulations, and laws. In other words, don’t post illegal content. Content found to be in violation of any rules, regulations, or laws will be deleted.
- Do not post copyrighted material or any other intellectual property without the consent of the rightful owner.
What you can expect from us:
- We will try to be as accurate as we possibly can with all content and postings on the site.
- Any material that we use from external sites will be properly credited.
- Once received, all comments will be reviewed and posted in a timely fashion if they abide by our guidelines. Even though we might not respond to every posted comment, we are reading all of them.
- We will be respectful of you and your opinions. We want to foster a productive conversation.
We reserve the right to delete any piece of content that we deem to be unfit for the site. Finally, the views expressed by community members here do not reflect the views of ADT Security Services, Inc or its employees.
The Small Business Security Source blog is owned by ADT Security Services, Inc. ('ADT') with contributions from securityforsmallbusiness.com, staff editors, ADT, and paid safety and security industry experts and professionals including Robert Siciliano and Frank Santamorena.
The purpose of the blog is to discuss security related topics such as business security, business safety, alarm systems, and security innovations.
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