Code of Conduct and strongly advertising behaviour
When using words like free, easy, instant, etc, better be carefull. If your intended message is too commercial NowPublic might take it as spam by some super editors.
On Code of Conduct their also want you to be accountable, which means do fix your mistakes so NowPublic wont get full of misleading information.
NowPublic members will strive to avoid:
1. Stories or comments that deliberately obscure your vested interests. By being transparent and acknowledging a financial interest, or by disclosing a bias in your views, you help others to understand where you care coming from.
2. Plagiarizing the work of others, failing to acknowledge source material, or using images that belong to others without their permission. It's a fundamental aspect of integrity that we all understand. It's not very complicated.
3. Deliberately posting stuff that one knows is untrue, false, or misleading. This one really goes against everything that NowPublic stands for.