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much for your interest in our page. We are delighted to have the
opportunity to host such a diverse and impassioned followership.
page is a space for us to share news and information from the
European Commission with you, the people of Europe and the wider world.
is also a space for engagement. We want to hear from you: your
reactions, opinions and visions of what Europe is, can and should be.
Underpinned by the founding principles of the EU, we would like this page to reflect the diversity of opinion that exists in society today.
host to a global audience, we welcome a wide range of views and we
encourage debate. Our moderation policy allows us to do this, subject to
- Obscenities & Offensive remarks:
avoid obscenity and other insulting language so as to show respect for
fellow page users. We cannot accept comments which are either offensive
in themselves or to other users. We will not allow any form of
discrimination or incitement.
ask that your comments adhere to the context of the status update.
Posting unsolicited messages (i.e. advertising and promotion),
incongruous or off-topic comments, as well as copy/paste messaging
across posts, will be considered spamming.
posts which do not adhere to one or more of these conditions may be
removed. User access may be rescinded in the case of persistant breachs
of the terms of participation.
We are very happy to have
the opportunity to host your views and provide a space for interaction
and discussion. We simply ask that you engage with us and with one
another with respect and understanding. Thank you.
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of the Directorate-General for Communication (DG COMM) in cooperation
with colleagues across other departments.
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