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Every company that allows users to post content on its website should have User Guidelines or a Terms of Service (TOS) agreement in place. These guidelines outline what your tolerance is in terms of what can and can’t be posted. Don’t want cyber bullies? All you need to do is customize your TOS agreement, which usually users are prompted to read and agree to when they create an account on your website. Spell out that you are a bully-free zone and that your moderators will remove content.
Your TOS gives you control, provides a structure and offers your users fair warning of what will be disallowed or removed from your site.