Civic Network of Milan is and will be built upon its supporters
and its associates of the Foundation, individuals, associations,
institutions and companies. In the RCM, you will find information,
appraisals and experiences that members desire to share with others,
in order to exchange ideas and to improve the quality of the life
in Milan, and to consolidate a sense of collectivity.
RCM aims to create a true community via data transmission and facilitate
the development and progression of that community. In order to facilitate
such progress, the RCM has adopted a certain norms of behavior that
regulate the activity of the network and a procedure of registration
that guarantees the non-anonymity of the users.
RCM it's impossibile to exchange software, excepting that necessary
to use the network itself. It is not a commercial network and it
is necessary, therefore, to preserve the right of everyone to freely
select what he's interedsted in, and to guarantee users that unrequested
advertising and mailings will not be allowed. Anyone who wants to
offer other services or products, free or for payment, is invited
to use the conference Cerco-Offro and eventually, in agreement with
the moderator, some other conferences, but they're allowed to send
to informations/advertisements only in the mailbox of RCM users
who have explicitely requested that.
RCM's conferences are different from public newsgroups and many
other online services, because they are moderated. This guarantees
a better use of the conference and prevents infractions against
the RCM and its users.
measures are necessary to prevent:
against the netiquette and rules of the RCM;
unrelated to the topic of the conference;
with no subject and/or messages that do not respect the topic
of the conference;
messages accidently reaching public view;
of one message across many conferences without the purpose of
continuing the discussion contained in those conferences.
of the RCM voluntarily agree to stimulate and to promote their conference.
Once a moderator is found, the success of the conference depends
on the support of members using the conference. Moderating is not
to censure the use of the RCM's features, rather it is provides
a guarantee of dynamic use of the conferences within the RCM.