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Content Policy and Policy for personal data in our Question Forum

Policy for personal data

To write posts or comment in our question forum you need to enter your name and your e-mail address. Your e-mail address is never shown to other public visitors to the forum.

By posting in this forum you agree on the following terms and conditions:

  • The name you enter is shown together with your post.
  • Stockholm University Library stores your personal data (name, e-mail address and IP-address) for a maximum of 3 years.
  • You provide your e-mail address to Stockholm University Library for us to store and use in compliance to Swedish law.
  • Stockholm University Library may contact you using your e-mail address.
  • Stockholm University Library stores your IP-address to be able to troubleshooting and to stop abuse.
  • Stockholm University Library may, for internal use only, use your provided name and e-mail address to lookup information in private databases (such as internal CRM systems or other databases available to the company).
  • Stockholm University Library is obligated to never sell or in any other way distribute your e-mail address, or any information retrieved using it, to any third party without your written permission. Your posts can be public documents according to Swedish law (2009:400). In these cases your email address, when requested, may be disclosed to a third party.

If you want to have your information deleted from this forum you can report your post or comment by clicking the icon with the warning sign. Explain why you want the information to be deleted, and an editor will soon remove the info.

Content Policy

As a user of this forum you accept that topics you post will be publicly available and can be read by any visitor to the forum.

For content that is published in this forum the following guidelines apply:

  • Individuals that wish to remove or call attention to inappropriate content do so by reporting it using the link that is found right below each topic and comment.
  • We always remove inappropriate content. Such content include, but is not limited to, racist posts, pornography, threats or offensive comments to other people and commercial content. We also ask you to avoid the use of profane language.
  • We also remove content in some cases where it is obviously not relevant to the forum in which it was posted.
  • This forum is subject to Swedish law and any content that violates this law will be removed immediately.

The Stockholm University Library’s Social Media Rules and Practices

You are welcome to comment on our posts in our social media channels. However, please note that you may not publish, and that we will remove:

  • Spam and advertising
  • Slander, threats and personal attacks
  • Hate speech and harassment
  • Pornography and depictions of violence
  • Copyrighted material
  • Inappropriate language
  • Links to such material.

Comments that are not related to the published material or to the University may also be removed. Note that posts in the University's social media channels become a public recordStockholm University is not responsible for content published by visitors. Such content should not be considered as factual information from the University or as an expression of the views of the University. 

The library's communication department and customer service department are the main managers of our social media channels and we answer questions received through social media on weekdays during business hours.

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