A reminder of the Cornwall Cricket Board’s Social Media policy issued in April 2017
We want you, the supporters, to be as close to the action as possible and be part of our cricket in the Duchy. This can be done through a wide range of social media channels, some run by the CCB, some by clubs, some by other members of the Cornish Cricket Family. These Social Media are a brilliant communication tool for anybody that plays, watches or has in interest in cricket in Cornwall. The posts we see are overwhelmingly constructive and positive. Long may they continue and – providing a little common sense is shown – there is no need for anyone to be afraid of posting.
But a few, a very small minority, aren’t.
So, six questions to ask before you post or share:
We hope you’ll never need to refer to this, but below is our policy for dealing with malicious communications.
Insulting, offensive, obscene, injurious or false content can be dangerous and harmful to people’s wellbeing and reputation as well as bringing Cornish cricket into disrepute.
We will not tolerate any malicious communications, harassment or discrimination through social media.
Please do not use social media to make malicious, insulting, offensive, obscene or false statements regarding our players, coaches, officials, staff, volunteers or spectators.
This applies regardless of whether
However, if you are found to have acted improperly on social media regarding a cricket related matter in Cornwall, including towards any club, player, coach, official, staff, volunteer or spectator, you risk any or all of the following:
REPORT A BREACH
If you have witnessed a breach of this Code of Conduct and wish to make a complaint, email firstname.lastname@example.org Best to block the person posting too.
PS – Please keep your login details secure. You’re responsible for what’s posted from your profile whether you wrote it or not.