A note about commenting on posts

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We fully encourage all readers to share their views on our articles and blog posts; we are committed to creating a dialogue and enhancing engagement.
 
While we encourage a great discussion, we ask you to do so in a kind and thoughtful way — to please keep your comments relevant and respectful. If we encounter a comment that is abusive or defamatory in any way, it will not be published. Spam will not be published.
 
After thorough consideration, we have decided to no longer allow anonymous comments. We will be using Facebook commenting to discourage the use of pseudonyms.
Lastly, as a result of the implementation of Facebook commenting, previous post comments were disabled. We encourage you to re-comment using Facebook commenting!

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Note on Commenting

We fully encourage all readers to share their views on our articles and blog posts; we are committed to creating a dialogue and enhancing engagement.

While we encourage a great discussion, we ask you to do so in a kind and thoughtful way — to please keep your comments relevant and respectful. If we encounter a comment that is abusive or defamatory in any way, it will not be published. Spam will not be published.

After thorough consideration, we have decided to no longer allow anonymous comments. We will be using Facebook commenting to discourage the use of pseudonyms.

Lastly, as a result of the implementation of Facebook commenting, previous post comments were disabled. We encourage you to re-comment using Facebook commenting!

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