To all those who feel the need to censor other users’ posts, please note carefully the following:
From the Forum guidelines, Jolla’s Terms of Service:
" Foster freedom. We do not believe in walled gardens, we prefer the open sea. We want our products and services to free you to express yourself as you see fit, not lock you down to a view of the world imposed on you by us.
“Improve the Discussion. … Be respectful of the topics and the people discussing them, even if you disagree with some of what is being said.”
If You See a Problem, Flag It … With your help, moderators can be community facilitators, not just janitors or police."
So referring to moderators as ‘police’ is therefore already an acceptable term for Jolla.
Post Community Flagging Edit:
In my posts I have always tried to be reasonable, factual and objective.
This post simply asks those who are censoring my posts and those of others to take note of the Jolla Terms of Service and Forum Guidelines that I have quoted, nothing more. There is no opinion here, no view, just simply a direct copy and paste of Jolla’s own text.
However, somebody (who?) has disagreed with this and censored my post yet again with no explanation and no feedback as to why they feel it is unreasonable to ask them to consider Jolla’s own terms of service. No challenge has been offered and no counter argument put forward.
There are other posts on this same subject, and in the same vein, by other authors, both before and after my own, that have not currently been censored, so I now consider this behaviour to be targeted at me personally. Clearly if these other posts are now censored only after this comment has been read then this will add further weight to this conclusion.
This behaviour is totally unacceptable on a public forum and amounts to victimisation.
If this situation is not rectified immediately, along with an apology from the people concerned, I will be escalating this issue to Sami Pienimäki, the CEO of Jolla.