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Simon’s Rules
Let Simon Decide is an online decision making community in which participants get advice and make decisions using Simon’s decision making process. Simon’s rules should help you make this community a safe and enriching place. We expect each member to decide to conduct her/himself with integrity, decency, and respect. Your use of Simon is subject to these guidelines.
1. Decide to be clear and concise. Simon’s database is continuously built on the collective input of all Simonite decisions. The clearer our inputs are, the better Simon will be able to give advice and help us decide in the future. In addition, you should check your spelling and grammar, as this will make it easier to search for decisions in the database.

2. Decide to be a good citizen. Decide to use the tool properly and help others make their decisions. If you see abuse, you should report it. You make a difference in shaping Let Simon Decide.
1. Decide to post racist, incendiary, or otherwise objectionable content. Incite or advocate violence or harm against a person, group of people, or animals. Decide to use Simon as a soapbox to vent your frustrations, rant, or otherwise violate the decision making process. If you should prefer to have discussions or chat with others about decision advice, please decide to use Simon's forums and blogs.

2. Exploit, solicit, or harm minors.

3. Post adult, vulgar, or obscene content or use sexually explicit language. Please see "Age restriction" below.

4. Post content that violates federal, state, or local law.

5. Decide to post content or advice for advertising or commercial purposes. Decide to solicit others for any purpose.

6. Post links to sites that force the download of a virus or malicious program, or in any way interfere with the operation of Simon.

7. Harass, threaten, insult, or behave belligerently toward others.

8. Create multiple accounts for the purpose of violating community guidelines.

9. Trade passwords, product decryption keys, or programs.

10. Decide to impersonate a third party, or decide to participate as anything or anybody other than yourself.

11. Falsely claim credentials or expertise that you do not possess.

12. Invade the privacy of a third party by posting their personal, identifiable information.

13. Engage in chatting or personal correspondence. Some examples are:
    How are you?
  • What's your name?
  • How old are you?
  • What time is it?
14. Post in the wrong language, or post content that is incomprehensible. Content written in Spanish is in violation if it appears on any English sites, and content written in English is in violation if it appears on any Spanish sites.


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