Comment Policies

Blog Comment Policy

The purpose of The Immunization Partnership blog is to facilitate an ongoing dialogue about vaccine issues. We encourage your comments; your ideas and perspectives are important to ensuring an engaging and informative conversation on this important subject matter. The Immunization Partnership reserves the right to modify this policy at any time.

The comment thread on all blog posts are subject to approval from blog administrators. This means that comments will be automatically moderated and will be posted to the blog after an approval process. We expect that participants will treat each other, as well as our authors and guest bloggers, with respect. The authors of the blog reserve the right to remove any form of distasteful commentary at their discretion.  Comments containing the following elements will be deemed inappropriate and will be removed from the blog:

  • vulgar or abusive language;
  • personal attacks of any kind;
  • unsupported accusations;
  • offensive terms that criticize individuals based upon race/ethnicity/nationality, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, etc.;
  • spam or unsolicited advertisements; and
  • marketing copy that promotes services or products.

Any references to commercial entities, products, services, or other organizations or individuals within comments are provided solely for the information of individuals using this blog. Such references are not an official or personal endorsement of any product, person, or service, and may not be quoted or reproduced for the purpose of stating or implying our endorsement or approval of any product, person, or service.

The authors of The Immunization Partnership blog do not guarantee or warrant that any information posted by individuals on this blog is correct, and disclaims any liability for any loss or damage resulting from reliance on any such information. The authors of The Immunization Partnership blog may not be able to verify, do not warrant or guarantee, and assume no liability for anything posted on this Web site by any other person.

For the benefit of robust discussion, we ask that comments remain “on-topic.” This means that comments must relate to the topic being discussed within the blog post or a previous comment existing within the same comment thread in order to remain on the blog. Written attacks directed at other discussion participants or any organization that they represent are not acceptable and will be removed.

To protect your own privacy and the privacy of others, please do not include personally identifiable information, such as name, phone numbers or e-mail addresses in the body of your comment. If you do voluntarily include personally identifiable information in your comment, such as your name, that comment may be removed from the blog, if deemed inappropriate or unnecessary by The Immunization Partnership blog authors.

Comments that remain on the blog will not be redacted or edited by The Immunization Partnership blog writers. Therefore, those comments that feature inappropriate portions will be removed from the site in full. Violation of this policy may result in actions up to and including being banned from further posting to the comment section of this blog.

Thank you for taking the time to read our blog comment policy. We encourage and look forward to your participation in our discussions.

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