Through social media, the National Institute of Oceanography and Applied Geophysics promotes scientific culture and activities carried out by the institution itself.
The social profiles of the OGS aim to:
- inform users about the activities, services, projects and initiatives of the organisation or of third parties with which it collaborates;
- disseminate the results of the scientific research and activities carried out by the institution;
- promote communication of dissemination initiatives and events organised by the OGS or in which the organisation is involved;
- disseminate announcements and opportunities for participation in the activities of the organisation and the scientific community to which the OGS belongs.
The opportunity to comment and write publicly on the site is open to everyone, and the OGS invites users to engage in polite and relevant conversation and reserves the right to remove comments that are deemed to be unlawful, defamatory and/or libellous, vulgar or invasive of the privacy of others, and which violate human dignity and institutional decency, the rights of minorities and minors, and the principles of freedom and equality.
OGS reserves the right to remove:
- comments and content that are offensive or contain violent or vulgar language;
- comments that are off topic in relation to the content being disseminated;
- comments that contain sensitive data in breach of the privacy law and/or disseminate information that could jeopardise the security of public systems;
- repetitive posts;
- comments and posts written to disrupt the discussion or offend those who manage the social channels;
- false alarms, unverified or unscientific information;
- promotional content and more generally, using messages for commercial purposes (advertising, sponsorship and selling products);
- comments that are discriminatory and violate personal dignity.
We remind you that anyone who publishes anything is solely responsible and liable before the law for the content and language of what they publish.