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The goal of the prosocialdesign.org is to provide news and information about evidence based design decisions that bring out the best in human nature online, and research to the same. This site may allow visitors to post comments in response to news articles, columns and other content, but comments are expected to meet standards described in the “Accepted standards of behavior” section (below). This website is not intended for use by persons under 18 years of age.
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Human-readable summary of Sec 4: Our work is our own and we can’t be held liable for how you use it. But you can share/use/remix our work so long as you give us credit, mention if you’ve made changes, and also share it under the same Creative Commons License (“ShareAlike”).
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You know the things that our mission is to get people to stop doing online? Please don’t do them on our site. :)
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