Blogs Sample Clauses

Blogs. A blog is a website where student work can be published online.
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Blogs. If you wish to discuss securities-related matters on a blog, then you must obtain pre-approval from the compliance department in order to facilitate the compliance oversight and recordkeeping required by the regulators. Your blog must identify your affiliation with Private Client Services2 and must indicate the state(s) in which you are securities registered and/or insurance-licensed and, hence, authorized to do business in, although the blog may be seen by those outside those jurisdictions. Also, if you include a hyperlink in your blog posting, additional required disclosures can be added. Non-securities-related discussions, such as those related to personal matters or approved outside business activities, may be posted on disclosed third-party blog websites. It is your responsibility to assure that discussions posted on these third-party websites do not touch upon securities-related topics.
Blogs. They may then decide to comment about this audio review on their Blogger or Wordpress blog. A blog, or weblog, is a chronological online diary. Individuals can subscribe to a person's blog, which allows them to read it and to write comments in response to blog posts.
Blogs. A blog developed for the primary purpose of marketing or promoting Scentsy products or the Scentsy opportunity is considered an External Website and must follow the standards listed in Chapter 3, Section 3. Personal blogs that are developed and maintained primarily for other purposes that also mention Scentsy and/or direct traffic to your PWS or External Website do not need to be registered.
Blogs. Each Official Competitor Website to be used by a Competitor and its Team Members pursuant to Article 54.3 may have a blog or blog pages set up as sub-site(s) of its official website such that each sub-site is also hosted by and linked as a sub-site of the Official AC35 Website.
Blogs. Engagement in online sites such as, but not limited to, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook®, etc. may result in disciplinary actions if the content of the student’s or parent’s blog includes defamatory comments regarding the school, the faculty, other students or the parish.
Blogs. A blog is a personal web page and the company is not responsible for any of the content contained in a blog, nor does the Company assert any ownership over blog content. There may be some exceptions to this rule, where a blog is being written by the Company staff for some official purpose, but such exceptions will be individually identified and do not affect the general principle that responsibility and ownership of a blog rest with its author(s). Even though blogs are personal web pages, the ‘Hayagriva Software Private Limitedacceptable use policy still applies. In particular, this implies that: - Users shall not attempt to gain access to, copy, or otherwise make use of any other user’s program or data. This includes acquiring knowledge of any other user’s password. Attempting to interfere with or read private data on another user's blog is a breach of this term. Users shall not attempt to gain access to systems management facilities or other facilities not available for general use. Computing facilities shall not be used to display, print, transmit or store text or images or other data which could be considered offensive such as pornographic, racially abusive or libelous material. The test here is not whether you, or your peers, find content offensive; it is whether such content could be deemed offensive to others. Do not assume that if you find something harmless or amusing, that therefore it must be acceptable to publish. Users should be aware of the possibilities for copyright infringement which arise out of the use of a blog; making copyrighted video or audio material available, or reproducing images or text from other sources may be a breach of copyright law and thus illegal. Asking for assistance with (or identifying mechanisms for) or dealing in any manner whatsoever, with file-sharing at is also unacceptable and prohibited. No one shall make use of the Company’s computing facilities to harass any person or group of persons. The terms and conditions of blogs to the extent that they apply to blogs are to be read as part and parcel of these terms and conditions and the contents of the same are once again reaffirmed and reiterated and not repeated here for the sake of brevity. Users agree unconditionally and absolutely to be liable for all their postings on their blogs and / or blog accounts and further, they agree to be liable for all the legal consequences concerning the same, under the laws of India, including the Information Tech...
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Blogs. Engagement in online blogs such as, but not limited to Facebook®, Twitter®, Instagram®,etc. may result in disciplinary actions if the content of the student or parent’s blog includes defamatory comments regarding the school, the faculty, other students, other parents, or the parish. No parent should open a Facebook®, Twitter®, Instagram® account under the name of the school or a particular grade or organization. The only official All Saints Facebook® or Twitter®, Instagram® page is the one created and monitored by the All Saints IT Specialist. The classroom teacher and the principal will be included in the “friend” list of each such group. A parent who chooses to create such an account may subject his/her child(xxx) to separation from the school. Classroom Learning Environment Visitors To ensure the safety of our students and to minimize class interruptions, no visitor, parent, or other family members, unless to perform a duty as an aide, may go to the classroom during school hours. Classrooms may not be disturbed. Any items that need to be delivered to a child, such as a lunch, are to be brought to the office and the child will be notified. Forgotten papers, books, etc. should not be brought to your child as we are attempting to instill a sense of responsibility in each of our students. All visitors must sign in and out of the office on the official log. All visitors are required to wear an identification label while in the building. Staff will approach any person not displaying a visitor badge. Classroom Parties The homeroom teacher and the homeroom parent(s) usually plan the holiday celebrations. The usual time for scheduled parties is the last 45 minutes of the school day. Please remember to keep it simple. If possible, try to plan the party as a grade level instead of a homeroom. It has a tendency to be a more positive experience for all the children involved. check with the homeroom teacher about potential food allergies before bringing any treat. In honor of your xxxxx’s birthday, we would like to suggest that a book be donated to the library as a means of celebrating his/her birthday.
Blogs. A blog developed for the primary purpose of marketing or promoting Mendability Products or the Mendability opportunity is considered an External Website and must follow the standards. Blogs that are developed primarily for other purposes that also mention Mendability Brands and/or direct traffic to your External Website do not need to have prior written approval registered.
Blogs. Management shall offer any online blog of a journalistic nature to members of the bargaining unit. If a member of the bargaining unit accepts the offer, and the assignment is approved by management, the individual shall meet with his or her supervisor to work out a mutually agreeable plan to complete the work along with other assignments. No employee shall be required to perform online work for the employer on his or her non-work time. The Guild recognizes management’s authority to decide whether to assign work to any particular individual, and how the workload is arranged per scheduled hours, pursuant to mutual agreement.
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