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GolfInRed Professional Community Policies

Effective Sept 20th, 2019

Being part of the GolfInRed community is a commitment to respect: we respect each other, ourselves and the rules. When we all share mutual respect, we all win. To ensure these discussions help our members be more productive and successful, LinkedIn has put in place these Professional Community Policies outlining the activities that are acceptable on the Services, and what is inappropriate and may be stopped by GolfInRed. These rules are intended to provide guidance and restrictions governing your use of, and participation in, our Services.

1. Be Nice. We strive to maintain a safe and friendly community for our members. The Services shouldn’t be used to harm others or their career or to air personal grievances and disputes. It is not okay to use the Services to harass, abuse, or send other unwelcome communications to people (e.g., romantic advances, sexually explicit content, junk mail, spam, chain letters, phishing schemes). We do not allow hate speech acts like attacking people because of their race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, political or religious affiliations, or medical or physical condition. Also, hate groups, terrorists, and those who engage in violent crimes are not welcome and not permitted on the Services. Instead be courteous to other golfers. Say Hello and offer help. We’re all in this together.

2. Respect Others’ Rights and Follow the Law. Before sharing or using someone else’s copyrighted works, trademarks, private information, or trade secrets, please make sure you have the legal right to do so. The Services should not be used for illegal activities, promoting illegal products or to violate the rights of others. Don’t use the Services to commit fraud or to try to trick others. Also, don’t use the Services to intentionally distribute viruses, worms or other software that can destroy or interrupt others’ data or computer devices.

3. Respect GolfInRed’s Rights. Don’t violate the rights of GolfInRed. You can find more information about what this means in our User Agreement. It is also not okay to suggest that you are affiliated with or endorsed by GolfInRed when you are not. Do not violate our intellectual property rights, scrape the Services, or interfere with or disrupt the Services.

4. GolfInRed Supports Clean Competition. We support fair play online and in real life. If you cheated, don’t put it on GolfInRed. Creating good match ups will improve the local community and ensure continual enjoyment of the courses we play.




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