Diary of a Workcover Victim’s Comment Policy
Diary of a Workcover Victim is a serious, albeit at times admittedly sarcastic, publication of all things Workcover related. We are a resource site that provides quality tips, and tools that you need to enhance your workcover experience. One of the ways to improve this collective resource is having interaction within the site through the use of comments. In order to assure quality, we must have a policy to fight against SPAM, (which includes the terrorists!)
While we appreciate each comment, if your comment does not follow our comment policy, it will be removed. Continuous abuse of the policy will result in permanent ban of the IP address, domain, and the email used.
What to Do If Your Comment Does Not Appear – If you leave a comment on this blog and it does not appear in a reasonable time period (1 business day), and you know that it does not violate these Comment Policies, please contact us using the contact form.
We do not allow Keywords stuffed in the name field. You must use your name, but we prefer you use a nick name for commenting. Comments using keywords such as “Web Design Company” or similar will be flagged as SPAM and deleted. Also see how to comment on our ‘Connect’ page.
Email addresses are required for commenting, but they are not published on the blog, nor shared. However we prefer if you use an alias email address (i.e. Hotmail, Yahoo, Gmail) to enhance your privacy, but you can also use a fake email address like so: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that Email addresses that look like SPAM will be flagged as SPAM.
Language and Manners
This blog is written in English, so leave your comments in English. Diary of a Workcover Victim is a “injured workers friendly site” therefore any comment that includes offensive or inappropriate language, and/or considered rude by fellow injured workers and/or by our editorial staff will be edited or deleted. This is a friendly community, so play it NICE. Obviously we don’t mind you bad$$#@***%#! workcover!
(Try to) Add Value
A comment which does not add to the conversation, runs of on an inappropriate tangent, or kills the conversation may be edited, moved, or deleted.Try to keep discussions on topics.
All SPAM comments will be deleted because they do not add value to the site.
We love resources as they can be really helpful, but in order to prevent SPAM and assure quality, we must limit links on the comments. Do not add more than 3 or 4 links in the comment. If you do so, your comment will be added for further review. If you want to share more than 3 or 4 links, do it in multiple comments, or simply contact us and we can add the resources for you.
No Personal Attack Comments Permitted
In the interest of fair play, no personal attacks are permitted in this blog’s comments. You may question or argue the content, but not attack the blogger (author), nor any other commenters, whch are all injured (at least the majority). Failure to respect fellow participants (injured sods) on this blog could result in removal and blocked access.
All comments within Diary of a Workcover Victim are the responsibility of the commenter, not the editorial staff of Diary of a Workcover Victim. By submitting a comment on our blog, you agree that the comment content is your own, and you agree to hold Diary of a Workcover Victim and all representatives harmless from any and all repercussions, damages, or liability.
All Rights Reserved
Diary of a Workcover Victim’s Editorial Staff reserves the right to edit, delete, move, or mark as spam any and all comments. We also have the right to block access to any one or group from commenting or from the entire blog. (You know who you are!)
If you have any questions regarding the policy, you may contact us by using our contact form.