WoLF Online Code of Conduct
As a member of WoLF, your interactions with others, both online and off, will be held to the WoLF Code of Conduct. As an individual, we support your freedom of speech and freedom to hold your opinions. Members’ behavior, however, reflects on the organization as whole and also builds the internal culture of WoLF. Therefore, we have a code of conduct specifically for the internet.
Online Code of Conduct
- Respect the diversity of opinions you find online and respond in a courteous manner.
- All WoLF members’ online conduct must be free of harassment, stalking, threats, abuse, insults, defamation, or humiliation. This includes, but is not limited to, demeaning comments of an ethnic, religious, sexist, anti-homosexual, or racist nature; and unwanted sexual advances or intimidation by email or online. Such behavior will result in termination from the organization.
- As a member of WoLF, always assume that what you publish on the web is permanent. Anyone can easily print out a comment or save it as a screenshot. Think before you hit “send.”
- Using WoLF in connection with surveys, contests, pyramid schemes, chain letters, junk email, spamming or any duplication or unsolicited messages is prohibited and will result termination from the organization.
- Creating a false identity for the purpose of misleading others is prohibited.
- Any public disagreements between WoLF members should be taken to a private conversation. If mediation is needed, it will be provided.