CCHA's Social Media Policy
The Clarke County Historical Association is committed to providing open conversation and discussion with online friends and followers. You may add comments on our website and are encouraged to engage with us on our social media platforms. The goal of our social media platforms is to provide a public and respectful space for sharing ideas, opinions, questions and information related to Clarke County’s history and culture.
The Clarke County Historical Association adheres to the below user policy on all social media platforms:
We welcome your comments and encourage all of our users to express their opinions freely and enter into informed discussion. However, we reserve the right to remove and/ or report comments or engagements of the following nature:
-Hate speech, including profanity, threatening language, or remarks of a defamatory nature.
-Name calling or personal attacks.
-Trolling, including digressive posting unrelated to the topic at hand, deliberately inflammatory comments, or harassment.
-Spam or comment with the main purpose of selling a product.
-Comments that infringe on copyright.
-Comments that suggest or encourage illegal activity.
Please be advised that you are individually responsible for the content of your comments. Our community is diverse and ranges from all ages. Opinions expressed in posts not administered by the Clarke County Historical Association are not necessarily those of the Clarke County Historical Association and its staff. We cannot guarantee the accuracy of these posts.
While we welcome a diversity of viewpoints, we reserve the right to block accounts that violate these guidelines or create a negative atmosphere. Thank you for helping us keep our social media platforms a place for our community to respectfully engage.
If you have a question about these guidelines, please contact Museum Director Nathan Stalvey at firstname.lastname@example.org.