You just posted a comment on our site and we thank you. Messages are checked before they are posted. In order to ensure that your message is published, you must nonetheless respect a few points.
“My comment has not been published, why?”
Our team has to process several thousand comments every day. There may be a delay between the time it is sent and the time our team checks it. If your message has not been posted after more than 72 hours of waiting, it may have been deemed inappropriate. Primary reserves the right not to post a message without notice or justification. On the contrary, you can contact us to delete a message you sent.
“How can I make sure that my message is validated?”
Your message must respect applicable legislation and not contain incitement to hatred, discrimination, insults, or racist, hateful, homophobic, or stigmatizing messages. You must also respect copyrights and copyrights. Comments should be written in French, Luxembourgish, German or English, and in a way that everyone can understand. Messages that misuse punctuation, capitalization, or SMS languages are prohibited. Posts that are out of topic with the article will also be deleted.
I disagree with your moderation, what should I do?
In your comment, any reference to a moderation decision or team question will be removed. In addition, commentators must respect other Internet users just as much as editorial journalists. So any offensive message or personal attack on a community member will be deleted. If, despite everything, you believe that your comment has been unfairly deleted, you can contact us on Facebook or by email at [email protected] Finally, if you believe that a posted message is inconsistent with this Code, use the alert button associated with the disputed message.
Do I have the right to promote my activities or beliefs?
Commercial links and advertising messages will be removed from comments. The moderation team will not tolerate any missionary message, whether it is for a political party, religion or belief. Finally, do not pass on personal information in your nicknames or messages (phone number, last name, email, etc.).