Internet 2.0 Conference: Keeping It Safe, Polite, and Scam-Free
The Internet 2.0 Conference, our three-day technology event, is known for providing a dynamic platform for industry leaders and tech enthusiasts. The event provides the latest updates about industry experts and tech advancements while providing a great opportunity to network and connect with like-minded individuals in the tech community.
The Code of Conduct ensures that there is a common understanding of appropriate behavior and expectations from all participants so that everyone can enjoy the Conference and its associated activities without feeling unwelcome or disrespected.
The Internet 2.0 Conference is a safe space for open discussion, creative expression, and exploration of innovative ideas, but that does not excuse any attempts at abuse, intimidation, harassment, or bullying. Anyone found to be engaging in such behavior will be removed from the conference.
By putting in place this Code of Conduct, the Internet 2.0 Conference organizers are striving to create a comfortable environment for all guests.
We urge you to follow the below conduct guidelines -
Behavior accepted by the Internet 2.0 Conference -
- We expect all participants to treat each other respectfully and professionally.
- We value and celebrate diversity and inclusivity at our events. We welcome and encourage participation from individuals of all backgrounds, regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religion, disability, age, or other characteristics.
- Please conduct yourself in a manner that reflects positively on yourself and the conference.
Behavior NOT accepted by the Internet 2.0 Conference -
- Harassment, discrimination, or any other form of misconduct, including derogatory language, or intimidation, will not be tolerated.
- Any violation of the event venue's regulations or limits, as well as distributing and spamming pamphlets promoting fraudulent schemes and frauds.
- Any participant in the event or connected event activities who engages in intimidating, harassing, abusive, discriminatory, derogatory, or humiliating conduct.
- Violence, threats of violence, or remarks directed at another person are frowned upon and strictly discouraged.
Internet 2.0 Conference Against Fraud & Spam
Any attempt to transmit or publish messages that are fraudulent unsolicited, undesired, or deemed insulting to another individual is considered spam. Such behavior includes sending messages and distributing printed items regarded as disruptive, harmful, spammy in nature, or intrusive to the recipient's privacy. Send in your reviews and reports of fraud to the Internet 2.0 Conference team here.
We take all reports seriously and will investigate them promptly and thoroughly. Any purposeful and malicious activities committed to cause harm or gain a financial advantage through deceit are prohibited at the Internet 2.0 Conference. Examples of scams are sharing incorrect or exaggerated information about a business, misrepresenting a company's reputation, or publishing online advertising selling bogus services or products.
Internet 2.0 Conference promotes a safe, inclusive, and respectful environment for all attendees. We appreciate your cooperation in adhering to this Code of Conduct and helping us create a positive and enjoyable conference experience for everyone.