Terms of Use – Electrical Trades Union of Australia

Electrical Trades Union of Australia Online Communities

Thanks for being part of the Electrical Trades Union of Australia (ETU) online community.

This space on a third-party platform provides an opportunity to share opinions and engage with others through ETU social media channels.

All users are required to treat each other with respect and courtesy. As unionists, we stand for safety, we respect each other, and we will always fight for equality and fairness.

Terms of Use – ETU Social Media

In engaging with ETU social media, you understand and agree the ETU has ultimate editorial control over all its social media channels. The ETU may edit, remove, or exercise its discretion not to accept or publish your contribution. This includes decisions that we take for legal, editorial, or operational reasons including if we consider it may be:

  1. defamatory, or otherwise unlawful or that it violates laws regarding harassment, discrimination, racial vilification, privacy, or contempt,
  2. intentionally false or misleading,
  3. an infringement of intellectual property rights including copyright,
  4. abusive, offensive, or obscene,
  5. racist, sexist, homophobic or transphobic,
  6. inappropriate, off topic, repetitive or vexatious
  7. compromising the privacy of any person or containing inappropriate personal information,
  8. seeking to endorse commercial products or services,
  9. seeking to directly solicit donations,
  10. deliberate provocation of other community members, or
  11. impersonating someone else and/or posting on behalf of a suspended member.

If you breach these Terms of Use, the ETU may block your account or contributions.

The ETU moderates content to assist in ensuring that this space continues to reflect the values of the union movement and these Terms of Use..

The ETU reserves the right to reject contributions that have been widely canvassed in the forum. It also reserves the right to reject contributions from participants who seek to dominate the discussion.

Outside of moderator business hours, or where a moderator resource is not available, comments on posts may be turned off to allow us to uphold and enforce these Terms of Use. Further, The ETU reserves the right to close comments on posts that may elicit harmful, defamatory, or otherwise unlawful user contributions.

If you would like to report a breach of these Terms of Use, please email eimear@etuaustralia.org.au or call 02 9663 3699 with the details of your complaint. The ETU takes all reported breaches seriously.