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The comment section on our blog is a place for thoughtful discussion. We love comments about our articles, and we want to hear what you respectfully have to say. But before you share your thoughts publicly, please be sure you have carefully read and understood our comment policy.
What we appreciate
Comments should aim to provide constructive feedback, insights, and opinions related to the content of the article or discussion topic. There are several ways to add value to a conversation: asking a relevant question, answering a question, providing expanded insight, or explaining a thoughtful counter-point in a respectful way – to name just a few.
Politeness is not optional
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We do not tolerate personal attacks, hate speech, rude language or anything we consider detrimental to the community.
Disagreement with us, or other commenters is not forbidden, but the tone of how you express your opinion will remain civil or those comments will be deleted.
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Do not spam
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Why am I blocked from commenting?
Sometimes commenters step over the line. We block and ban commenters who break the rules. Banning procedures use various technologies and information to enforce the block, including emails, IP addresses, and any other available information. This stops the abusive commenter from commenting on the site in the future, even if later or other comments are not abusive. Depending on the software we are using at the time, banning might cause other previous comments from the abuser to disappear as well.