Zero Tolerance Policy

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Zero tolerance in OSE means banishment (revoking one's privileges of participating in a given OSE online venue) for violating a code of conduct that assures respect and safety for all contributors. Banishment carries with it an opportunity to regain privileges upon commitment to change for good. This is consistent with OSE's agile approach and belief that we live in a dynamic world where anything can happen.

Safety and respect is intended to occur with respect to both first party (direct conversation between participants) and third party (spyware, security agencies, etc) where OSE is committed to maintaining the privacy and security of its community, and will do all in its power to keep the OSE community free from breaches of its rights.