In using MindMax and engaging with the MindMax community, we ask that you abide by our code of conduct.
It’s a good idea to assume that anything you say, write or create can be read by anyone, anywhere, anytime. Remember that the internet has a long memory.
Always exercise good judgement when posting and be aware that inappropriate conduct can negatively affect you, as well as the people and organisations you represent.
When you comment on other users’ shareables, you should be open and transparent about who you work for, who you represent or who you may be speaking on behalf of.
Not revealing your identity could attract negative accusations and can have legal implications.
Dishonesty comes back to bite. Just be yourself and only make comments you can substantiate. Always ensure that any criticism is backed up with solid evidence.
Always act in a constructive manner and use sound judgement before posting. This means being respectful of individuals’ opinions, especially when discussions become heated.
Show proper consideration for other people’s privacy.
Never post malicious, misleading or unfair content about your organisation, colleagues, competitors or other stakeholders.
Do not post content that is obscene, defamatory, threatening or discriminatory to an individual, brand or entity.
Do not post comments that you would not say directly to another person – consider how other people might react before you post.
If you respond to published comments that you consider unfair, always be accurate and courteous.
Remember to be authentic, constructive and respectful.
Do not disclose any information that is confidential or proprietary to other people or organisations.
If you see any negative or inappropriate comments or imagery on any MindMax social media, please let the MindMax team know as soon as possible via MindMax@aflplayers.com.au.