Igalapedia Community Standards
Igalapedia gives people around the world the power to publish their stories about Igala land, Nigeria as country and Africa in general, see the world through the eyes of many other people, and connect and share wherever they go. The conversation that happens on Igalapedia and the opinions expressed here mirror the diversity of the people using Igalapedia.
To balance the needs and interests of a global population, Igalapedia protects expression that meets the community standards outlined on this page. Please review these standards. They will help you understand what type of expression is acceptable, and what type of content may be reported and removed.
- Violence and Threats
Safety is Igalapedia’s top priority. We remove content and may escalate to law enforcement when we perceive a genuine risk of physical harm, or a direct threat to public safety. You may not credibly threaten others, or organize acts of real-world violence on this website. Organizations with a record of terrorist or violent criminal activity are not allowed to maintain a presence on our site. We also prohibit promoting, planning or celebrating any of your actions if they have, or could, result in financial harm to others, including theft and vandalism.
Igalapedia takes threats of self-harm very seriously. We remove any promotion or encouragement of self-mutilation, eating disorders or hard drug abuse.
- Bullying and Harassment
Igalapedia does not tolerate bullying or harassment in posting articles for promoting Igala language. We allow users to speak freely on matters and people of public interest, but take action on all reports of abusive behaviour directed at private individuals. Repeatedly targeting other users with unwanted comments or messages is a form of harassment.
- Hate Speech
Igalapedia does not permit hate speech, but distinguishes between serious and humorous speech. While we encourage you to challenge ideas, institutions, events, and practices, we do not permit individuals or groups to attack others based on their race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, gender, sexual orientation, disability or medical condition.
- Graphic Content
People use Igalapedia to share events through photos and videos. We understand that graphic imagery is a regular component of current events, but must balance the needs of a diverse community. Sharing any graphic content for sadistic pleasure is prohibited.
- Nudity and Pornography
Igalapedia is made up of volunteers who geared their effort towards promoting Igala culture and tradition and also portray a true identity for the Igala people, we has a strict policy against the sharing of pornographic content and any explicitly sexual content where on this website. We also impose limitations on the display of nudity. We aspire to respect people’s right to share content of personal importance, whether those are photos of a sculpture like Inikpi statue or family photos of a child breastfeeding.
- Identity and Privacy
On Igalapedia people connect using their real names and identities. We ask that you refrain from publishing the personal information of others without their consent. Claiming to be another person, creating a false presence for an organization, or creating multiple accounts undermines community and violates Igalapedia’s terms.
- Intellectual Property
Before sharing content on Igalapedia, please be sure you have the right to do so. We ask that you respect copyrights, trademarks, and other legal rights.
- Phishing and Spam
We take the safety of our members seriously and work to prevent attempts to compromise their privacy or security. We also ask that you respect our members by not contacting them for commercial purposes where the avenue is not created. The only avenue we overlook your activities with another member on this site is where the concerned party advertise his product here.
We take the safety of our members seriously and work to prevent attempts to compromise their privacy or security, including those that use fraud or deception. Additionally, we also ask that you respect our members by not contacting them for commercial purposes where the avenue is not created. The only avenue we overlook your activities with another member on this site is where the concerned party advertise his product here.
If you see something on Igalapedia that you believe violates our terms, you should report it to us. Please keep in mind that reporting a piece of content does not guarantee that it will be removed from the site. Because of the diversity of our community, it’s possible that something could be disagreeable or disturbing to you without meeting the criteria for being removed or blocked. For this reason, we can offer you personal controls over what you can see, such as the ability to hide or quietly disable category contents for post or pages, or applications that offend you.
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