COMMUNITY GUIDELINES

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As part of Uptown Jazz Dallas International Jazz Festival (IJF), our online network is designed to provide the best online experience for all who love music, food, fashion, films and the arts. The goal of the Festival organization is to create a top-tier music, food, fashion, film and arts festival that serves North Texas highlighting the best that our region has to offer in these "Areas of Interest" (AOI).. It could be said that we're producing arguably the most upscale Festival in the world. Thus, our commitment is to maintaining the highest possible standards as it relates to this communications platform, our hub social network. To help you, we provide the following guidelines that will apply to all areas of the network.

 

PERSONAL CONDUCT & ACCEPTABLE CONTENT:

~No illegal content or behavior will be tolerated. All illegal and/or questionable content, including copyright infringements will be deleted at the sole discretion of the network and member(s) will be warned of the incident and be subject to banning from the network if warnings are ignored. Only content that is owned or created by you is allowed on the network.

~No nudity, profanity or inconsiderate behavior will be tolerated.

~Do not threaten or attack any member or associate of this network. You'll be subject to being banned from the network. And, in the case of illegalities you could be subject to law enforcement proceedings. This is a public network, but, it is 'privately owned'. 

~Be respectful and encouraging to all members and moderators of this network.

~False identities are forbidden. Real names of real people are what's expected. Be who you say you are. If you choose to use an alias (other than attached to a business or organization), you may be subject to having your account deleted without any notice.

 

CONNECT:

The best way to enjoy this global entertainment platform is to be a 'Power User'. A power user is one who connects and participates in the forums, blogs, events and other areas of the network. Many artists would like to have feedback about their projects. You (as a Friend), can help guide their creative process through honest feedback. UptownJazzDallas.com is best experienced through making friends. If you're an artist, musician, restaurant, model, photographer and so on, the more friends you have, the more members you have to share your content with. You have access to all of the same tools as the Network itself. Use them.

 

SHARE:

Your contribution to this network is why we've created it. By you posting your event schedules, photos, videos, blog entries, comments in the forums, we all are able to benefit. You should also make use of our 'connection' tools that allow you to share anything of the content on the network with your friends on Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, YouTube and more. You can access these tools in the 'Settings' section of your profile (upper right corner of page).

 

SOLICITATION:

Unwanted solicitation is prohibited. If you have something to promote, promote from your profile page then share with the friends you've made via private messages. It is highly advisable that you do not 'wear on the nerves' of your friends with too many message transmissions. They may delete you from being a friend. In addition, they may report you as spamming. In the spamming instance, you could be subject to being banned from the network.

 

LANGUAGE:  

The Official language of UptownJazzDallas.com and the Festival is English. We ask you to communicate in English on this network to prevent confusion amongst members.

 

TERMS OF SERVICE: 

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ULTIMATE RULE:

FINALLY, we reserve the right to deny or suspend membership to anyone with a bad attitude. This social network is not a democracy. It is a privately owned social network subject to the guidelines outlined herein. Our Guidelines are subject to change without notice. If you have any questions, you should visit this page regularly, or send us a message to get clarification.

 

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