1. Mutual respect
Aggressive, insulting, denigrating, sexist, racist, anti-semitic, homophobic or xenophobic messages are deleted by the moderator. Obscene, pornographic, nudity or sexually explicit images are excluded. Harassment or threats are not accepted.
2. Topics addressed
No attempt to take control of the debates, of proselytism, or of misrepresentation of the evoked topics will be tolerated. Unless previously agreed, mentioned in the message, commercial (or other) advertising is not accepted. Messages concerning topics not related to the discussed topics are deleted.
3. Reproduction, intellectual rights
The reproduction of our texts, or our illustrations, is only permitted if it is complete and fair, accompanied by the mention of the origin (Limawi®) and a link to return to the full original. The use of trademarks, concepts and other protected models, requires the prior agreement of their respective rights holders. Protected content can only be used and published on our social networks by their rights holders. Any message containing illegal content, or published in violation of a copyright, is deleted.
4. Appeal on deletion
If an author considers that his message has been deleted without good cause, he can ask the moderator, by private message, the reasons for his decision. A dialogue must be continued with the moderator to invite him to modify his choice. When no agreement is obtained, after this dialogue, the Limawi® Data Protection Officer may be called upon. He decides ultimately, without any possible appeal.
5. Consent on the rules of use and intervention
The intervention on the social networks of Limawi® implies full acceptance, with no reservations, of the present rules of use and intervention. Any speaker undertakes to respect and observe them. Any participant who has violated these rules more than three times may be permanently banned. These principles are published in various languages and in several successive versions, but the reference language and version, applicable to any dispute, is the language in which the disputed message was broadcast and the version in force on the date of broadcast of the message.
Version as of february 1st, 2023.