At Language Pal we believe in freedom of speech, open and free communication and moreover we encourage you to tell the world about your work and share your passion, ideas and thoughts. Irrespective of how and which platform you choose to express yourself such as in a blog, wiki, online social network or any other form of online publishing or discussion, it is completely up to you. The new platforms and form of communication are evolving how we interact with each other, our clients, consumers, target audience and partners. In our pursuit to maintain harmonious relations and to avoid any problems or misunderstandings and undesirable reputation, we have come up with a few guidelines to provide helpful and practical advice for you when operating on the internet as an identifiable employee of Language Pal.
When you discuss Language Palrelated matters on the internet, you must clearly identify yourself with your name and, when relevant, your role at the company. Only very few people in this company are designated official spokesperson for the company, so if you are not one of them you must make clear that you are speaking for yourself and not on behalf of the company. You should use a disclaimer like or along the lines of "The postings on this site are my own and do not necessarily represent the position, strategy or opinions of Language Pal". Please always write in the first person and don't use your company email address for private communications. And please consider that even anonymous postings on Wikipedia can be traced back to the originator.
You are personally responsible for the content you publish on any blogging site, Wikipedia or any other form of user-generated media. Please remember that the internet never forgets. This means everything you publish even if deleted will be visible to the world for a very, very long time. Common sense is a huge factor here. If you are about to publish something that makes you feel even the slightest bit uncomfortable or unsure as to the reaction it might generate, review and rethink it