Article IV - Status
It shall be possible that any individual person, organization, or entity, may, through their involvement on the World Wide Web, be an End User, Platform, or Internet Service Provider, or any combination thereof. Therefore, all shall consider their status, based on such involvement, and shall act in the manners prescribed herein, which apply to the current status of their interactions.
The fact is, we don’t always fall in a single category while interacting in the digital space. We may wear more than one hat, so it’s important to understand that there are different expectations for each role. We need to meet them all to the best of our ability.
This section has been updated for more accurate wording and clarity at the suggestion of Firm Word.
Article V - Minors
An individual having not yet reached the age of eighteen years shall at all times be considered a minor.
There may end up being arguments about age of consent and so on, but the bottom line is, there has to be a standard. We have to draw the line somewhere.
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