Comments are now open on InDaily stories, making it easy for you to have your say and interact with other readers.
The process is straightforward. At the end of each story, you’ll see a comment box. Just choose a name and provide your email address and you can begin.
Your email won’t be published – it will only be used for moderation purposes (ie if we need to contact you), or to receive optional email notifications about others commenting on the article.
You’ll receive an email from Disqus – that’s the application we’re using to control the comments function – with a link to verify your email. You’ll then get access to a Disqus dashboard. At the top right, click on the icon to edit your profile – here you can turn off or on the notifications function.
Alternatively, you can sign in via social media – Facebook, Twitter or Google+.
We will moderate comments – meaning that InDaily staff will check comments before publication for anything defamatory or offensive.
We’ll also endeavour to correct typos and any obvious factual mistakes that you obviously didn’t intend to make. On rare occasions we won’t allow comments, such as on reports of legal proceedings.
We’ll continue to accept letters to the editor, which allow for longer arguments on the issues raised in our articles.
Judging on years of receiving letters from InDaily readers, we’re in for some interesting debate.
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