Netiquette

User comments and questions are an integral part of Companisto. They enrich our website and provide valuable suggestions and feedback to our start-ups.

The tone and the quality of the comments are important to us. We want to provide an environment in which all users gladly contribute their ideas and suggestions to Companisto.

In this netiquette, we offer some advice and set some rules that you should keep in mind while writing comments. Moreover, we explain how we will react if these rules are violated.

 

What Do I Have to Keep in Mind while Writing a Comment?

  • All users are entitled to their own opinion. Therefore, never try to impose your own opinion on others.
  • A good comment refers to the respective start-up or the respective update. In other words: It is relevant.
  • Please always maintain a friendly, respectful, and factual tone and do not react to the provocations of other users.
  • Your comment should use correct spelling. Constant capitalization of words is considered an improperly loud manner of expressing your ideas.
  • Cynicism and irony in written comments are often difficult to identify. Thus, use these stylistic devices carefully in order not to be misunderstood.
  • Treat other users as you want them to treat you. Always remember that you are interacting with humans, not with virtual personalities.
  • Please note that user comments are always published together with the reply by the company. Thus, it may take some time before your question and the reply are published.
  • If the length of your comment causes the time necessary for replying to be extraordinarily long, the comment may not be answered at all. We ask you to please understand that the start-ups have to focus on their core business.
  • Companists make their contracts with the individual start-ups. All questions, suggestions, and other feedback are to be directed at the respective start-up. Companisto serves solely as a platform on which start-ups may introduce themselves to investors and does not intervene in the communication between start-ups and Companists.

 

Rules

There are some rules that all participants of discussions must obey:

  1. We do not tolerate insults. If you disagree with a start-up or an update, criticize the content of the post instead of its author.
  2. Discriminating or defaming other users or social groups because of their religion, background, nationality, income situation, sexual orientation, age, or sex is expressly forbidden.
  3. Comments that are libelous or damaging to other people's business or reputation may not be posted.
  4. Suppositions and unsubstantiated accusations are not permitted.
  5. Advertising and other commercial contents do not belong in comments. Please also refrain from mentioning your blog or your website in each of your comments.
  6. Personal data, such as private addresses, telephone numbers, and email addresses, may not be published.
  7. You must have the necessary rights to distribute the contents you publish. If you publish contents by third parties, make sure you are authorized to do so.
  8. To answer comments by others, please use the "Reply" button so that the course of the discussion can also be understood by third parties. Do not create new discussions for each post.
  9. The length of your comment should not exceed 1000 characters.
  10. Links to external websites are not allowed.
  11. Please refrain from reposting comments that have not been activated by the moderators. There is no guarantee that your comment will be published.
  12. Our comments section is intended for all users. Consequently, individual users are not allowed to take over our comments section by means of seemingly endless discussions and constant posts, thereby limiting usability for our other users.

 

Moderation

We attempt to be as transparent as possible when moderating comments. The list below describes how and when we intervene:

  • We do not activate comments if they violate the above rules. We reserve the right to exclude users from discussions by deactivating their accounts or limiting their ability to comment if they seriously or repeatedly violate our netiquette.
  • Our start-ups must remain competitive and thus protect sensitive and confidential data. Thus, please understand that questions concerning sensitive or confidential information will not be activated.
  • We do not activate comments and questions by competitors of our start-ups and affiliated persons in order to protect our start-ups from smear campaigns by their competitors.
  • Please understand that the start-ups also have to focus on their core business and may not always answer all inquiries immediately.
  • Please do not post your questions and suggestions directed at the moderators as public comments. This disrupts the discussion of the actual subject. You may send questions and comments concerning our moderation to service@companisto.com at any time.

 

Last but Not Least

We ask you to please read your comments once again before you click the "Submit" button. Could other users be offended by the comment? Is it unambiguous? Does it say what you want to say, and do you also want the whole world to know your opinion?

Have fun writing your comments!

 

We reserve the right to amend or change this netiquette at any time.

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