- 5 years ago
- Wedding: March 2014
I am moving this to its own thread because I think a significant portion of the boards are concerned with this and it should not be burried on pages 9 and above of a thread that is prone to being ignored.
This thread is NOT a continuation of the drama that emerged yesterday, but rather a response to facts that came out over the course of those discussions.
The question is simply this — please explain how and why posts are deleted and why authors of posts cannot request to have ones they personally feel are threatening removed? Why is it that some members have had their posts removed and yet others with significant rationale are refused time and time again?
The deletion policy (http://support.weddingbee.com/topic/read-before-requesting-deletion) states that threads can only be deleted for privacy purposes. It goes on to list types of personally-identifiable information and includes this line “or other significant breaches of privacy.” What consistutes a “significant breach of privacy” and who makes that determiniation?
Why is it if a bee is concerned about her own or her SO’s safety, they cannot rectify a situation. I am all for taking responsibility for actions, but righting a wrong needs to be an option.
Second, there is clear evidence that emerged from the previous day’s events that the user in question had posts deleted well before any information came out about her. As, again, this thread is not about that situation I will refer you to this post: http://boards.weddingbee.com/topic/question-time/page/9. There does not seem to be any significant breach of privacy contained in those posts, so why have those been deleted?
Finally, and this is my own confusion. I understand needing transparency but isn’t it defeating the purpose of deleting posts for privacy sake to make bees post the in question post publicly on the support forms where attention can be drawn to it once again?
Now in asking these questions I am not asking:
1. To have unlimited rights to edit/delete forms. I understand that restriction, but don’t understand why if a bee has a specific concern about a specific post, that cannot be addressed.
2. For you to restate the policy again.
Thank you for your consideration.