The posts on this blog are our perspective on the topic. The conversation is incomplete without your response; so we really hope to get your feedback – positive, negative, meh and anything else you can think of. That’s our mechanism for improvement. Just to ensure that we have healthy debates here and avoid troll wars, we have a few guidelines, which we thought were reasonable. In the spirit of the words above, feel free to share your views on these too.
Respect the community: The community includes authors of the blog, those who read and comment, and even those who are written about. Insults, obscenity, slurs, comments that hurt religious or political sentiments, or even attack other brands/personalities are completely unfashionable. Let’s stay away from these.
Copyrights: We’re very transparent about the content we use. We credit images from external sources, and do our best to ensure that these are sources who do not mind their work being shared. Each author makes an effort to contact the copyright owners for images used in their posts. When you share with us – through comments – content that belongs to others, we hope you will check with them before posting. Linking to the source is always a good idea. On the same note, when you use content published by us elsewhere, we’d appreciate it if you would give us credit and link back.
Ownership: The veracity and completeness of comments are completely the commenter’s responsibility. Our moderation guidelines (below) do not cover this. Once you submit your comment, it is left to our discretion to publish it. (Read ‘Moderation’ below)
Relevance: The blog has a reason for its existence. It’d be great if we can limit the discussions on this blog to that topic. For any other queries/customer issues, please do get in touch with us via these means.
Privacy: Respect others’ privacy. Do not reveal information about yourself, other commenters, brands or organisations, that they would deem confidential or proprietary.
Promotions: We will not accept comments that promote commercial purposes.
Moderation: We will be moderating comments in the first few months, just to ensure that the guidelines above are followed. We reserve the right to close discussions to comment, but we would like not to use it.