Terms


Filipino Community Organization of the Monterey Peninsula

 Terms of Use



All users are encouraged to use our site, our social media pages to comment on and to promote the work of the Filipino Community Organization of the Monterey Peninsula (“FCOMP”.  Please observe the following policy:

Be Responsible.When you are personally posting to a blog, wiki, photo-sharing, Facebook, Twitter or other form of online dialogue, be clear that it is an individual interaction, not an interaction from FCOMP. If you are posting on a FCOMP account, be sure you are posting material that is a direct representation of the organization and its work. Use common sense and common courtesy.

Be Smart.Most social media posts are visible to the entire world. Remember that what you write will be public for a long time. Be respectful to FCOMP, local organizations, our employees, customers, corporate sponsors and competitors and protect your privacy.

Respect the Privacy of Others.Don’t publish or cite personal details and photographs about FCOMP members, volunteers, donors, partners or vendors without their permission.  

Be Respectful.It is okay to disagree with others but cutting down or insulting readers, employees, bosses, funders, corporate sponsors and vendors is not appropriate.  Respect your audience and refrain from the use of obscenities, personal insults, ethnic slurs or other disparaging language to express yourself.

Respect Time.Ensure that your social media involvement doesn’t interfere with your work commitments. Discuss with your supervisor if uncertain about the appropriateness of publishing during business hours.

Don’t Share Confidential Information.The nature of the internet is the ability of people to use confidential information in a way not necessary a benefit to others or the organization. Respect and maintain the confidentiality that has been entrusted to you. Do not divulge or discuss proprietary information, personal details about yourself or other people or 8.

Be Honest and Transparent.Be transparent and use your real name, identify that you work for FCOMP and be clear about your role. If you have a vested interest in what you are discussing, be the first to say so. Never represent yourself or FCOMP in a false or misleading way. All statements must be true and not misleading; all claims must be substantiated.