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Facebook Community Rules


The comments on the Wall, Discussion Board, Photo page, Notes page other areas available for commenting are submissions by individual Facebook members and do not necessarily reflect the opinions or policies of the Spokane International Film Festival (SpIFF), Contemporary Arts Alliance (CAA), the filmmakers, the producers, any program funders, or any employees, associates, assigns, directors, or officers thereof.

Agreement By Those Posting Comments

By commenting on any portion of the Spokane International Film Festival (SpIFF) pages on Facebook, you automatically agree to the following:

  1. No Obligation to Screen Comments; Absolute Discretion to Remove Comments SpIFF has no obligation to screen any comments posted on Facebook but it reserves the right to delete comments if it determines, in its sole discretion, that the comments include any of the following:
    1. Obscenity, indecency, hate speech, personal attacks, libel, defamation, harassment, or any other language that violates (or potentially violates) third-party rights;
    2. Commercial prompts or spam;
    3. Off-topic posts; or
    4. Any other inappropriate content or language; and.
  2. All content and posts are bound by Facebook’s Terms of Use and Code of Conduct.

Reporting Abusive Content

Report abusive content to Facebook, according to Facebook procedures, as follows: “Facebook encourages all users to use the “Report” links when they find abusive content. In most cases, you will find a “Report” link below the piece of content. Selecting this link takes you to a form where you can specify the type of abuse and make a detailed report. Facebook investigates these reports and makes a determination as to whether or not the content should stay up. All abuse reports on Facebook are confidential.”


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