We all know of the 698-word long policies pages that websites tend to be proud of. Six Critics critiques that, which is why it is the introductory statement of the policies page here.

The policies set here are few.

  1. All criticism is appreciated, even in comments, replies to comments and even in establishing contact with the administration, so long as it is not abusive in any manner, in whatsoever language. Six Critics holds the right to sue any such individual or group that exhibits any form of linguistic abuse on other users as well as Six Critics itself and the subject of criticism.
  2. Six Critics is reputable brand. You therefore should not expect an explicit use of vulgar. Thus, Six Critics employs its own form of censorship. It is thus explained, the form used by Six Critics for censorship consists of:
    1. The censored word is contained within square brackets, that is [ … ]
    2. The word has some of its constituent letter interchanged, for example a word with “oro” in it might have its vowels interchanged to have them arranged as “oor”
    3. No correct spelling of the word will be provided anywhere.
  3. Six Critics and everything contained in it is a property owned by itself and protected by copyright. No content is to be copied by electronic or manual means for personal or commercial use unless it is not to be published in whatsoever form or distributed to the public. Any person violating this policy is subject to Six Critics for legal action.
  4. Six Critics’ criticism has lots of exaggeration based on facts. It therefore cannot be criticized for accusatory criticism. For example, if the history of something given seems to be just too ridiculous, remember it is your duty to tell exaggeration from the plain ¬†facts.
  5. Happy criticism!