This document covers all aspects of community interaction and moderation on AMBA’s websites, Community, and all other social media channels, including comments on blogs or articles.
The AMBA MBA World Community provides a growing number of opportunities for members who wish to discuss/ comment on content we publish, comment on other members’ posts, post their own or third party materials or debate issues more generally. Our aim is to ensure this platform is inclusive and safe, and that the AMBA websites are a place on the internet where you will always find lively, entertaining and, above all, intelligent discussions.
There are 8 simple guidelines which we expect all participants in the community areas to abide by, all of which directly inform our approach to community moderation (detailed below). These apply across all of AMBAs sites and platforms either now or in the future (currently- mbaworld.com, community.mbaworld.com and ambaguide.com), while moderation decisions are also informed by the context in which comments are made.
(*NB: We will not edit user posts to change the meaning, spelling, grammar etc. or anything else intended by the user. Where part of a comment or posting is perceived as breaching the community guidelines, the whole article/posting may be removed. Also, when a comment or post is removed for any of the reasons above, it is sometimes necessary to delete subsequent messages which refer to explicitly or quote from the original (removed) comment, in order to preserve some notion of conversational thread. This may also happen because a later comment quotes directly the problematic bits of the original comment, which just perpetuates the problem. In such cases not every deletion will be marked individually.)
The views expressed in community areas of this site do not necessarily reflect or represent the views of AMBA, its staff or contributors.
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