MIT Sloan Social Media Comments Policy
MIT Sloan’s official social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, YouTube) provide a space for followers to learn, share ideas, and engage in conversations about the issues that face global business leaders. We encourage our audience to participate in thoughtful discussion that is both productive and respectful.
At MIT Sloan, we do not engage in censoring the views of others and do not discriminate against any demographic group. MIT Sloan reserves the right, but is not obligated, to remove content that is racist, sexist, profane, violent, abusive, threatening, or which contains nudity, hate speech, commercial ads or solicitations, political endorsements, or encouragement of illegal activities.
All content and posts are bound by the Terms and Community Guidelines for that service:
- Facebook Statement of Rights and Responsibilities
- Twitter Terms of Service
- YouTube Terms of Service and Community Guidelines
- LinkedIn User Agreement and Community Guidelines
Comments posted by other users do not necessarily reflect the views of MIT Sloan. For additional social media resources, please visit the MIT Office of Communications website.