• About Micronet Information Network

    From mlong to All on Fri Oct 23 09:45:38 2020
    Micronet is meant to be a laid-back, friendly and comfortable mail network where everyone can feel comfortable. Unfortunately, over the years, there
    have been incidents that require us to define a broad network-wide policy concerning various topics and what is expected and not allowed in the
    network.

    Rules:

    Do not incite, flame, or otherwise rile anyone up in any of the public
    echoes in Micronet. Good-natured ribpoking is fine (and encouraged :),
    but an all-out flamefest is not. Not only is that in bad taste, it also reflects badly on you and your BBS. Bad behavior is NOT tolerated in
    Micronet and is dealt with swiftly and without mercy.

    If you have a disagreement with someone, move it to netmail or email.

    Absolutely no illegal content (I'll leave it up to you to figure out
    that one) is allowed in Micronet, either in public or private messages.
    If it is found that you are using Micronet for illegal purposes, your
    access will be immediately cut, no questions asked.

    You can use aliases in all echoes except for MIN_ADMIN and L618_SYS.
    Netmail requires real names to be used without exception.

    You may use ROT-13 encryption in Micronet, but any other encryption type, including PGP-encoded messages, are strictly forbidden in Micronet.

    Any legal questions are bound to follow the laws of the State of
    Tennessee and the federal laws of the United States of America.