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Primary forum rules
1:Must not submit derogatory, annoying, adversarial, bigot, forceful, racist or generally harsh Content about any individual or organization.
2:Must not present any pictures or content which are obscene or pornographic or generally wrong.
3:Must not advance sites which contain unseemly material, (for example, explicit entertainment) or which are in rivalry with IPTV.community.
4:Must not present any spam. People posting spam will be instantly and permanently banned and their posts will be deleted.
5:Individuals who possess, work, speak to or who are associated with a business venture or competing website must not submit messages which reference that association in any way, unless they are promoters on IPTV.community.
6:Must not create their new threads in more than one forum. . (Doing as such is called cross-posting). You should pick the absolute most fitting forum for your message. Duplicate posts will be deleted.
Disputes with moderators
1:In the event that any forum member feels they might want to question an moderator decision, first contact the moderator who made the decision, or another moderator if the original moderator is unavailable. Politely explain why you disagree and request that they review their decision. If after their review, you are still unhappy, and the issue is imperative, you may contact a administrator.
Additional and more detailed rules
1:Login names must not be offensive. Furthermore on the off chance that you utilize a login name which is thought to be excessively similar to a current client's login name (to the degree that it would cause perplexity) at that point we maintain all authority to change your login name. Login names must exclude incorporate business names.
2:On the off chance that there is an argument about the use of avatars, the client who initially utilized a avatar has the option of retaining it and the new user must select an alternative avatar. We maintain all authority to remove individuals' avatars as we see fit.
When submitting Content
1:Look for existing answers in the discussions previously posted before you make a new thread. You may discover an answer significantly more helpful.
2:Post questions only once . Even if it is relevant in several forums, you should pick the most relevant and post it there. Your inquiry will be seen by a lot of individuals wherever you post it. Duplicate posts swamp the forums and will most likely get erased.
3:Kindly don't post message in ALL UPPER CASE. The internet community views this as SHOUTING and in this manner impolite.
4:Please avoid using txt speak. There is a lot of limit with respect to making smooth, accurately punctuated posts. Txt talk won't get a decent reaction from other individuals.