1. Rule of Law: Adhere to copyright, terms of use, and disclosure laws, and keep from plagiarizing. Do not post anything that could violate state or national laws.

2. Disclaimers: When publishing content on a website related, consider if you need a disclaimer explaining that your views are your views alone. Be sure your posts clarify that you are speaking for yourself and not on behalf of RMEL.

3. We discourage the posting of anything but legitimate, purpose-driven, work-related questions and discussion starters. With this, we ask that you refrain from publicizing non-RMEL events, publish links to your blog or post self-serving messages or thinly (or heavily) disguised ads.

4. Adhere to some simple etiquette guidelines:

  • Think Twice Before You Post: Information published online is public, permanent, and retrievable. The LinkedIn and Facebook groups are intended to be member only discussion groups, but RMEL does not have exclusive control of these sites. 
  • Responsibility: You own what you write. Remember that you are personally responsible for any online content you publish.
  • R-E-S-P-E-C-T: Be respectful of others and keep from engaging in any conduct that would not be acceptable in the workplace or elsewhere.
  • No Spam, Please! Refrain from posting spam, which can include posting items without any good reason at all (advertising plugs or repetitive links or photos).

5. As the Group sponsor, RMEL reserves the right to periodically send announcement emails and post notices about upcoming events.

6. RMEL will monitor the postings.

7. FACEBOOK

The RMEL group page has been set up to offer a closed “group” that is accessible only to members. The group page is meant to encourage member interaction, for professional use only. Staff and RMEL members should adhere to the following guidelines as to what is acceptable when posting on the RMEL Facebook group page.

  • Users are encouraged to post photos and videos for discussion (so long as those photos and videos don’t reveal confidential or propriety information, violate terms of use, copyright or other laws) as well as RMEL event photos to share with colleagues.
  • Content should be professionally appropriate and related to the RMEL community, rather than personal.
  • Users should post professionally appropriate photos and refrain from posting overly personal photos that should be posted on their own personal profiles.
  • We discourage the posting of anything but legitimate, purpose-driven, work-related questions and discussion starters. With this, we ask that you refrain from publicizing non-RMEL events, publish links to your blog or post self-serving messages or thinly (or heavily) disguised ads.
  • Discussion is designed to promote an exchange of information and ideas between RMEL members and address important issues within the electric energy industry.

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