Social Media Policy
Please share with us! Your participation can be invaluable to others. When you do, our policy below outlines the terms and conditions for posting and commenting on all myScreenTime sponsored social media sites, including Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram.
Our intention for using social media is to create an open dialog with the community about children and their use of technology. We encourage helpful, honest and authentic conversation and expect your real name and profile or email address when sharing with us. All comments and content you publish will be moderated and anything deemed inappropriate or false will be immediately removed.
If what you post is awesome, we want to share it with others. So all posted content becomes the property of myScreenTime and can be edited, reproduced, distributed, published, displayed or licensed for use in any form on any media.
Terms and Conditions
By commenting or including content on any myScreenTime social media site, you agree to the following terms.
I will not:
- Infringe on the rights of any third-party, including photos, intellectual property, private/confidential collateral or publicity rights
- Post material that is unlawful, obscene, defamatory, threatening, abusive, slanderous, or embarrassing to any other person or entity as determined by myScreenTime in its sole discretion
- Impersonate another person or allow any other person or entity to use my identification for posting or viewing comments
- Post private information or other confidential information that belongs to me or any other individual or entity including phone numbers and email addresses
- Post solicitations for fundraising efforts not sponsored by or involving myScreenTime
- Post spam, chain letters, pyramid schemes, advertisements or solicitations of business
myScreenTime reserves the right to:
- Edit or delete any communications posted regardless of whether such communications violate these Terms and Conditions
- Ban future posts from people who violate these Terms and Conditions