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Social Media Policy

The purpose of our social media platforms is for Congressman Matt Cartwright to communicate with his constituents living in the 8th Congressional District of Pennsylvania regarding his work in Washington, D.C., and northeastern Pennsylvania and for his constituents to provide pertinent feedback regarding those communications.

By commenting or posting content on Congressman Cartwright's social media pages you agree to adhere to our social media policy and terms of use.

Please note that Congressman Cartwright’s social media pages are moderated online discussion sites and not public forums. Comments posted to our social media platforms will be monitored and must comply with our policy and terms of use.

We welcome your opinion, but please be respectful and constructive when posting comments on Congressman Cartwright’s social media pages. Legitimate discussion does include disagreement, and all opinions are valued, but comments or content posted in violation of this social media policy may be removed. Egregious or repeated violations may temporarily limit your ability to comment on our social media pages in the future.

Comments must not:
  • Be unrelated to the purpose of social media platform or are not topically related to the specifics of the posting.
  • Content that disrupts the normal flow of dialogue or negatively affects other users' ability to engage in discussions.
  • Contain fighting words, graphic or gratuitous violence, vulgar language, racist or discriminatory language, profanity, nudity, obscene or indecent language or sexual content, or false representations of fact.
  • Promote or incite illegal or fraudulent transactions or activities.
  • Threaten, intimidate, harass, or defame any person or organization.
  • Present information that is intentionally or unintentionally deemed to be false, misleading or dangerous.
  • Otherwise violate the platforms’ terms of use, such as hate speech.
  • Constitute “spam,” such as content that appears to be from bots or repetitive, copy-paste statements on one or across multiple posts.
  • Are commercial in nature, such as advertising, promotion, or endorsement of services or products.
  • Contain personally identifiable information about another individual.
  • Misrepresent the commenter’s identity or affiliation.
  • Contain links to any other website.

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