The SABMiller blog is intended to generate interest, and stimulate discussion. We invite readers to comment on a blog post and offer their reaction to the comments of others. To keep the blog focused and of interest to our readers, and to try and ensure that it is neither offensive nor breaking the law, we have established a set of ‘house rules’.
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If you decide to contribute, please keep your name and comments clean - if either your name or comments fail the ‘house rules’ they will not be published. Specifically, we will not publish names or comments that:
In addition, we ask that you lease try to keep your comments relevant and below 200 words. We may fail posts that are ‘off topic’ or too long.
You acknowledge that you are responsible for the creation of your own contributions, and that the contributions reflect your own views and not ours. We cannot be responsible for ensuring that the content of a contribution is your own original work and complies with all laws. By submitting a contribution, you warrant that the contribution is (1) your own original work; (2) not defamatory and (3) does not infringe any law. To try and avoid breaching copyright and defamation laws, please do not copy large chunks of other people’s work in to your comments. Also, please ensure that you verify all of the information contained in your comments and do not exaggerate, jump to conclusions, or make any speculative suggestions or remarks. On our part, we will:
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