Our entire contents are licensed with a Creative Commons License, i.e. the contents may be disseminated in accordance with the Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0) license. This means that:
- You may share, copy or repost contents, as long as it is not (mis)used to construct incorrect or false information as well as for commercial purposes;
- You MUST provide an appropriate mention of the author of the original text and of www.respublica.edu.mk and provide links to the original post;
- You may NOT modify, combine or derive conclusions from the original or by attributing and providing a link to the original, nor may you make changes to the original. We encourage translations and reposts, but if you want to make a translation or to repost some content, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Feel free to create a hyperlink to our posts. If you wish to quote posts on our blog in a more traditional way, please do so with the following information:
Author; Date of posting; Title of the post, Retrieved from ResPublica; Institute of Communication Studies, Skopje; Date of downloading.
If you are reposting an entire blog post online, you must use the same hyperlinks from our article. If you do not have enough space to repost the entire blog post, download the first paragraph of the text, and then add: "Read the entire ResPublica blog" with a link to the article / page.
ResPublica may contain links to other websites that we think may be of interest to you. Nonetheless, we do not have control over these pages or their contents. You should be aware that when you leave www.respublica.edu.mk and switch to another web page, that page has its own user rules and an editorial policy that you will need to read.
We want to stimulate a healthy debate on public interest; therefore we encourage readers to leave reasonable and constructive comments on all of our blogs, strong criticisms included. The publisher, and not the commentator, is responsible for the contents of the comments. Therefore, the Editorial Board reserves the right to change, delete, move, or mark as inappropriate commercial text (spam) for any and all comments. They also have the right to prevent an individual or a group of people from commenting. Comments will not be published automatically and will be visible to the public only after they have been verified in accordance with the following guidelines:
- Language and decency: Comments should not contain offensive or inappropriate language and should not contain a language that can be considered as hate speech or incitement;
- Personal attacks are not allowed: Personal attacks are not allowed in the comments on the blog. Comments should relate to the content, and not to the author or other commentators;
- The comment must be relevant: A comment that does not contribute to the conversation, which steers the discussion in an inadequate direction or is not related to the topic may be deleted;
- Links in the comments: Comments may contain up to two links to relevant sources, however links intended for selling, product advertising, or collecting personal information from readers shall not be allowed.
Anyone who fails to adhere to the Commenting Policy shall be prevented from commenting on this blog. The commentator should leave his/her e-mail address, which will not be published on the blog, nor will it be disclosed. The e-mail address may be used to contact the commentator.
If you attempted to leave a comment on this blog-post and it did not appear within reasonable time and if you are certain that the comment is not in breach of our Commenting Policy, please contact us at email@example.com.