Fathers and Families’ Facebook Posting Policies and Rules


The Fathers and Families Facebook page has been created for positive outreach, networking, distribution and discussion of information related to our cause. All participants must post under their real identity and agree to abide by the following rules and regulations, as well as the Facebook Bill of Rights and Responsibilities.

The Administrators and Moderators of the Fathers and Families Facebook Page have the right to review, edit, or remove any content in violation of its policies and rules, in their sole discretion, without notice. Participants who violate the policies or rules listed below may be suspended, blocked or banned at anytime without notice or warning. Individual posts or threads may be removed at any time for any reason, without explanation.


You may not post content that:

•    Attacks individuals or groups, or expresses contempt or hatred, based on race, ethnic background, gender, sexual orientation, age, or disability.
•    Attacks another person as opposed to his or her statement. A poster may say another person”s opinion is foolish: he or she may not say that the person is a fool.
•    Is obscene, indecent, vulgar, or profane.
•    Violates or infringes on the privacy or public rights of others, or is a personal attack on an ex-spouse.
•    Contains the name, address, telephone number or other personal information of another individual.


You may not post content that:

•    Is threatening, abusive, harassing, deceptive, libelous, defamatory, or pornographic.
•    Constitutes or encourages criminal offenses, gives rise to civil liability, or otherwise violates state, national or international law. Infringes on any copy right, trade secret, patent or other proprietary right, without the explicit permission from the owner or right holder.


You may not post content that:

•    Engages in slander or makes accusations.  Remember the playground test.  Would you consider it appropriate if your child made the same – or similar – statement on the playground.
•    Discusses details of pending legal cases.
•    Would embarrass you – or anyone else – now or five years from now.  The internet has a long memory.
•    Solicits legal advice.
•    Offers legal advice.


You may not post content that:

•    Contains a commercial or advertising message or solicits a product or service or personal business.
•    Disrupts forum discussions with irrelevant, off topic messages or an excessive number of messages – a flooding attack – or otherwise negatively affects the ability of a participant to post comments.
•    Information that is false, deceptive, misleading or intentionally misinformative.
•    Has no relation to the topic of the thread in which it is posted.

Together with you in the love of our children,

Glenn Sacks, MA
Executive Director, Fathers and Families

Ned Holstein, M.D., M.S.
Founder, Chairman of the Board, Fathers and Families

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