[Imc-uk-features] Re: "Hidden posts" and more
freethepeeps at gmail.com
Fri Oct 28 09:24:48 PDT 2005
No it wouldn't.
Also from the editorial guidelines
*Concerns about editorial guidelines or queries about moderation are
dealt with on the imc-uk-features list. These issues are not dealt with
through the newswire, and newswire posts on these topics will be hidden.*
As to corporate reposts - was Indymedia set up to ape the corporate
media or to be an alternative to the corporate media?
The full output of the Guardian can be read at www.guardian.co.uk
> Hi Tony et al,
> Hidden, But would 326562 not come in under issues or analysis? Or at
> least be ticked only for topic 'indymedia'. I went and looked at this
> hide and found a comment referring to the Editorial guidelines at the
> top of the page. This is what I found there:
>> IMC UK Editorial Guidelines
>> The Independent Media Centre (IMC/Indymedia) UK is an open-publishing
>> platform for news, issues, actions and analysis reporting on
>> grassroots, non-corporate, non-commercial social justice,
>> environmental and political issues. IMC UK is maintained by a network
>> of media activists and groups. IMC stands for Independent media
>> center, UK stands for United Kollektives.
> Which does not look good for the blanketing Non-Newsers. Also, that
> guideline as it is could be interpreted to prevent writing about
> corporations or commercial social justice matters. I am sure that is
> I am of the opinion that it is not enough to hide copyright corporate
> reposts. Has proper legal advice been taken on this? Should they be
> deleted? Or at least put in an inaccessible archive.
> I would suggest that Editors be very lenient where people have used
> their own name, especially where there is an email address. (Advise
> diguising the @).
> Tony wrote:
>> Hidden 326562 as none news:
>> " Don't bother asking why posts broach the Editorial Guidelines,
>> because if you do, your post will be hidden ."
>> plus a comment probably by the same person!
> Indymedia United Kollektives editorial: features and wire moderation
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