I had some fun creating a “Policy” for my communications.
My communicative creations needed a Policy. After all, movies and books have their disclaimers regarding “coincidence” with “actual persons, living or dead.” And broadcasts set limits on their use or reuse. My position is more social than legal; hints of humor may be discerned. The Policy is intended for 21st-century perils of language.
Policy, Part 1: The words in my communications are defined as known to the source AT THE TIME of their use. Any resemblance to the same or similar words with OLDER or NEWER definitions have been and will be purely coincidental and not pervert the meaning from the time of origination therein.
Policy, Part 2: Any activity involving language has inherent risk. The receiver takes full responsibility for their protection by knowing the limits of words, heretofore acknowledged as the “sticks and stones” position that is expected to have been learnt from another source and is implicitly imbedded within this Policy.Continue reading Comms policy for 2020’s