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House Social Media Commenting Guidelines

July 20, 2023

These terms of use are maintained by the Delaware House Democratic Caucus for this page and other official government social media sites used by our members or the Caucus. Members of the public who post, comment or otherwise submit content to this page agree they have read, understand and will abide by the following policy, terms and conditions.

The purpose of these social media accounts is to provide timely information about proposed and/or pending legislation and government initiatives and how state government affects you. Any person or entity that uses this page accepts the terms of this policy. Further, the Caucus reserves the right to discontinue this page at any time. 

This account shall be used for official communication and public participation only. It is prohibited to use this page to communicate any matter that is off-topic to the official communication for which the Caucus has established and is maintaining the account.

The following communications shall not be tolerated:

  • Ethnic and racial slurs.
  • Profanity.
  • Personal insults.
  • Spam.
  • Political campaigning or soliciting funds.
  • Material that is harassing, threatening, defamatory, fraudulent, discriminatory under federal, state, or local law, or sexually explicit.

Gratuitous links to sites and repeat submissions of the same (or very similar) contributions are viewed as spam and may result in the content being removed and blocking the responsible posting party from any other access to the page. We will remove spam and content that promotes services or products, or gives the appearance of legal, medical or financial advice.

Following, “friending,” liking, or sharing content from a person and/or persons, or organizations is not an endorsement by this page and is only intended as a means of communication.

The Delaware House Democratic Caucus, its members and staff are not responsible for any content posted by independent parties. While it is our intent to provide accurate information, we cannot fully guarantee the accuracy of the content appearing on our managed websites, web pages, or social media accounts.  We encourage the independent verification of all content.

Comments on this page are publicly accessible. It is vital that you refrain from posting and/or sharing sensitive personal information, such as Social Security numbers, phone numbers, mailing addresses or home addresses.

Comments in violation of this policy may be removed without notice and may result in the suspension of the privilege to post information in the future. Comments related to election campaigns or commercial activity will also be removed.

Communications made through this page will in no way constitute a legal or official notice or comment to the Delaware House Democratic Caucus or any official or employee of the Caucus for any purpose.

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