This netiquette policy was elaborated for all of our social media platforms, as well as the commenting section on our digital platform, in order to create a convivial sharing space. We invite you to familiarize yourself with it. Through our social media and comment sections, we want to encourage a free exchange of ideas and dialogue.
In order to foster rich, respectful, and constructive dialogue while maintaining a safe and respectful space, we reserve the right to monitor, edit, hide, or remove comments or content that are:
- Off-topic; propaganda; political, professional or commercial solicitation; advertising (SPAM)
- Hateful or harmful toward others
- Racist, sexist, xenophobic, homophobic or that denigrate someone’s ethnicity, sexual orientation or religious identity
- Reveal personal or confidential information about someone other than the poster
- Repeated messages
- Illegal or contain false information designed to incite illegal, violent, hateful or harmful actions
- Obscene, aggressive or abusive
- Targeting a 2022 Summit employee or anyone working with the 2022 Summit in a professional capacity
Anyone who does not follow this posting policy will be blocked or banned.
Any point of view expressed on Arctic Art Summit’s social media may not necessarily be that of the Arctic Art Summit, or its board or employees. The Arctic Art Summit is not responsible for comments or content posted by its followers and disclaims any liability that may arise from them.
Identity and brand theft
We will take all legal measures necessary to put an end to any social media account that falsely identifies itself as the Arctic Art Summit.
Photos and videos
If you share the Arctic Art Summit’s photos or videos, please take steps to ensure that you also receive copyright permission from the appropriate person(s). The Arctic Art Summit is not legally liable for any copyright violations committed by its followers and reserves the right to delete any content without notice.