MMB Code Of Conduct
The following are considered as strict DON'Ts on the messageboard:
  1. Personal attacks - name calling, insulting, etc - on other boarders
  2. Insensitive references to any race, sex, religion, caste or linguistic community
  3. Statements that are deliberately made to evoke outrage
  4. Verbal violence or threats
  5. Offensive or abusive language
  6. Blatant and mischievous misrepresentation of facts
  7. Spamming - obsessive repetitiveness
  8. Malafide insinuations related to the integrity, probity and judgment of the MMB Team
  9. All caps messages are considered SHOUTING on the Internet.
  10. Messages with commercial content will not be permitted - Moneycontrol is a media vehicle paid for by advertisers
  11. We discourage the exchange of phone numbers; email address, Internet groups on the MMB.
All the above transgressions will be subject solely to the judgment of the MMB Moderator. Depending on the nature and severity of the transgression committed (as per the judgment of the MMB Moderator) , the MMB Moderator reserves the right to invoke any/all of the following sanctions:
  1. Deleting the offending message
  2. Revoking the auto-publishing rights of a boarder
  3. Revoking the auto-publishing rights of a boarder
Notwithstanding anything to the contrary mentioned herein, please note that the MMB Moderator further reserves the right to delete/remove any messages from the message board at any given point of time without any prior notification, which to the belief of the MMB Moderator are essential for the orderly functioning of the website.
Needless to state, the decision of the MMB Moderator will be final and binding on all boarders who participate on the messageboard. The MMB also reserves the right to modify the Code of Conduct at any time as it sees fit.
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