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Purpose This website facilitates trade among those interested in discussing Privatisation Issues. The primary -- but not only -- form of trade will be information about Privatisation Issues and discussion about its applications.

  1. Courtesy Participants agree not use this forum to post any material which is knowingly false and/or defamatory, inaccurate, abusive, vulgar, hateful, harassing, obscene, profane, sexually oriented, threatening, invasive of a person's privacy, or otherwise in violation of Ugandan law.
  2. No personal attacks: Healthy debate is encouraged, but participants agree not resort to personal attacks, and do not belittle someone else's argument. Instead of making it personal, participants agree to use rational, persuasive skills to make a point or criticize another’s.
  3. Respect intellectual property Each participant agrees not to post any copyrighted material unless the copyright is owned by the participant or by this forum or the post meets fair use standards. If quoting an outside source, the participant agrees to respect copyright laws (and the ethical principles underlying them) by keeping the quotation short and by providing a link or other reference to the original.
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  5. Deleting accounts We do not allow accounts to be deleted in most circumstances. See this thread for details.

Forum Etiquette: Users should recognize that http://perds.go.ug is a website dedicated to facilitating intellectual discussion, and in response to this make every effort to maintain civilized interaction. Civilized discussion on the web requires observance of the common rules of online etiquette.

  1. Redundant questions Before creating a new thread, participants should check to see if the thread already exists. If you are posting a question on a prominent topic, it is more likely than not that it has already been discussed; please search for your topic first.
  2. Board waste Participants should not post content-less posts or thank-you messages--send these directly to the poster via a private message. All posts must add to the discussion rather than merely express agreement or disagreement without explaining the writer's reasons.
  3. Improper quoting and scope Participants agree to keep responses short by minimally quoting earlier posts or other, outside sources. Quote only the particular passage you are targeting with your comments--and no more (the snapback arrow within the quotation allows your readers to go back to see the full context in an earlier post). If replying to multiple people/topics, split up your response into multiple posts.
  4. Keeping threads on topic Participants agree to make posts on topic, discussing relevant issues at hand. If a participant wants to start a discussion in a different direction, simply begin a new thread.
  5. Improper grammar, spelling, punctuation, and style Participants agree to respect the reader by following the rules of grammar, spelling, punctuation, and style.
  6. Moderation The forum (acting through its owner, admins, or moderators) reserves the right to modify or delete any material that violates any of these forum rules, or for any other reason that they deem appropriate. For example, the moderators may split, merge, close, or delete questions or threads.
  7. Reporting violations of the rules Do not post complaints about the behavior of any member on the forum - report them to the moderators. Public complaints about other members will be treated as a personal attack and may be deleted! If you think someone deserves a warning, please use the "Report!" link found on every post. The offender will not know who reported him. 
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