Unauthorized links that other blogs make to ours by way of using our posts in their entirety is noted and accepted and we’ll keep to ourselves our opinion about the ethics of such actions. Joana Morais has been the exception, which we hereby acknowledge, as she has always asked before publishing anything from us.
However any further interpretation added to what we have posted is the sole opinion of the commentator. Our posts are public so it is not our responsibility for any unauthorised use of our work elsewhere.
By unauthorized, we don’t mean we’re condemning the action, because as we have said before, our work is in the public domain. We’re not condemning nor supporting, just saying that beyond this blog, we have no control over our own words and how they are used and interpreted.
We do not repost on other blogs, either as Textusa or anonymously as we would consider it rude to do so, without invitation. We are not members of any forums and if we were, we would publish under our own blog names.
No-one has any mandate from us in any forum or blog.
We do not publish details of any person unless their name appears in the PJ files or they have been mentioned in/ given interviews to the media.
We do not publish full details in all cases as we do not want to encourage any harassment of any individual, no matter how culpable we consider them to be. It is the role of the proper authorities to bring people to justice.
We do not publish comments on the blog when we are requested not to. Some of the information provided to us is not published, for various reasons.
We ask people stating something as a fact to provide a link or evidence when it relates to named individuals. We try to avoid perpetuating or starting myths or misinterpretations.
We ask for evidence if someone refutes what we have said. If that is provided, we are willing to withdraw or correct what we have said.