VoC Comment Policy

Posted on August 16, 2013. Filed under: Uncategorized |

The Victims of CSIRO group recognises that the release of the CSIRO recent investigation report in to workplace bullying and other misconduct has evoked considerable emotion on all sides, however we wish to remind visitors to our website  that we will not publish vulgar, extreme, racist/sexist or any other form of discriminatory comments on our website.

Any such comments which are deemed to contravene Australian criminal codes will be immediately referred to the law enforcement agency in the most appropriate jurisdiction.

If you feel that we have unreasonably failed to approve your comments for publication then feel free to email us at victimsofcsiro@gmail.com outlining the reasons why you feel this decision should be reversed, and we will take this request under consideration.  Please provide alternative contact details so that we may contact you directly to discuss your request.

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One Response to “VoC Comment Policy”

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I don’t think anyone is surprised with the Investigator’s findings or CSIRO’s response to it. When you begin with a sham enquiry, you cannot expect anything less than a predictable outcome. More evidence that power has nothing to do with doing the right thing!


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