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Posting Info about Children

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08 Jun 12 #335706 by rubytuesday
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There have been an increasing number of posts and threads that have contained identifiable details about the children in question.

This is a breach of our policy on posting information about children - please click here to access the policy in full.

A breach of section 97 of the Children Act 1989 is a serious offence, so please make sure that you do not post the following information on the forum:

Name of child/children (either first or full name)

Age or date of birth of child/children

Home address/location, ie town, area within a town

The name and/or address/ and/or the location of the child’s school

Details of the child’s activities

Specific medical conditions

Which Court is involved

Specific details of siblings or other family members

Wikivorce reserve the right to edit or remove posts/blogs, without prior notice, that contain details that we believe could lead to the identification of a child/children.

If you are concerned about the details posted regrading a child, then please use the "report" button, to be found at the left of the post on the member''s profile.

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14 Jun 12 #336672 by rubytuesday
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just bumping this up :)

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