Community Guidelines

The Naton State blog aims to provide high quality content exploring the topics of Culture, Media and politics; and the interdependent relationship between them.

The Naton State blog also welcomes discussion of these topics in the comments section. Anybody is free to comment on articles, provided they have a valid email address.

Comment moderation

In short…keep it legal, keep it civil, don’t use bad language and respect your fellow users.

Please submit all comments in English. Comments in other languages will be deleted because automated translation services have their limitations and we cannot be completely certain of what has been written.

Charles Naton and/or his appointed moderators reserve the absolute right to block/delete any comment and/or nuisance user as they see fit. Here at the Naton State we try to err on the side of liberty and free speech in these increasingly censorious times, but we’re old hands at this game and we can tell when someone’s pushing boundaries for no good reason. Personal blogs are the proper place for long-winded rants, not somebody else’s comment section.

A moderator’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into regarding said decision.

If you don’t like these rules then you’re at liberty to start your own blog and set your own standards!