Town laws and regulations
Keenston is a place that brings together people who are keen on learning and practicing English. You can settle in the town and create as many addresses as you like. You are the owner in your house but remember that Keenston is a town and every town has its laws. The following laws and regulations help Keenstonites have a safe and rewarding experience.
Your home is your castle
Invite guests to your addresses. You are free to speak your opinion but keep in mind that not everyone will share it. Insults and hateful comments are tolerated neither from the host, nor from the guests. You can show any of your guests out if you find their comments insulting or disrespectful.
Home is where the heart is
Be Nice, respect fellow Keenstonites. Engage your neighbors, guests and hosts in meaningful discussions. Create a positive environment to help everyone around feel like home. Keenstonites come from diverse backgrounds, so keep that in mind and be tactful to your fellow townies.
Don't curse a blue streak
Freedom of speech means a lot to Keenstonites. However, freedom of speech should not be conflated with hate speech. You can express yourself freely but remember that we are all different and that these differences must be respected. It is impossible to make everyone share your beliefs, views and opinions. If you are unable to find common ground with someone, it is better to leave it at that and agree to disagree. Consensus is not the end goal here, sharing opinions is what matters.
The following is prohibited from using on Keenston.com:
Spam and Unsolicited Emails: We have a zero tolerance policy on spam.
Unauthorized Access to Other Computers or Networks: Any act which interferes with the services of another user or network. Any act relating to the circumvention of security measures.
Illegal or Harmful Activities such as: phishing, obtaining personal information illegally, harassment, harmful content, any type of pornography.
- Content harmful to minors.
Hateful or discriminatory activity based on race, sex, religion, nationality, ethnicity, marital status, disability, sexual orientation or age.
Let's make Keenston a town to be proud of!