Stuff you need to know
You should always take privacy policies with a pinch of salt because most of them are fictional, however:
We will never give any personal information you share with us to anyone, under any circumstance ever, other than when forced to do so by a court of law, and even then, we'll be arsey about it. Should our government pass a law that forces us to take such action without a ruling from a court of law, we will resist, but may have to comply under those circumstances too.
Be aware, we cannot be responsible for third party websites. Facebook sells your personal information to third party sites. There is nothing we can do to stop this. Using our Facebook connector will not protect you from them.
"Non-opt in" sounds a bit eyebrow raising, so let me explain. When a singer, or a sports team, or your favourite beer set up a fan page, and you follow it, even if you like their posts they're still, ultimately, selling you something - that's advertising. You explicitly opt-in to these pages, so whether or not you think their ads are acceptable is entirely up to you, and you can simply choose to stop seeing them.
A large portion of our likely target audience will be accessing this site from public places. As such, we're more "family friendly" than other similar sites:
Public posts must obey the 12 year old sister rule. Imagine your (real or imagined) 12 year old sister walks past your computer, and glances at the screen. Are you comfortable with her seeing the content you're about to post? If you are, fine, post it. If you're not, post it, but do so privately to your contacts only. This generally means bad language is fine, but anything that jumps off the page - like pictures and video - probably isn't.
Please note, it is illegal in the jurisdiction we are based to distribute pornography. I can face a large fine and a prison sentence if you distribute porn with my knowledge and I do nothing about it. Don't do it, you'll be banned.
Don't be a muppet. If one person tells you you're being a muppet, you probably just don't like each other. If ten people call you a muppet, there's still room for doubt. If 100 people tell you that you're being a muppet, you're probably being a muppet. If I call you a muppet, you are being a muppet.
That means no trolling, unless you're good at it. If you're good at trolling, we don't mind. If you think trolling is the same thing as insulting people, you're wrong - that's being a muppet.
No stalking, harassing, threatning, or cyber bullying other members. Even if they're muppets.
No croww posting to off topic groups. That's the single most annoying behaviour of the distributed web. Is your post really relevant to 97 groups? No, it's not - you're being a mupppet.
Don't do illegal stuff. It's illegal.