Our social media pages provide a platform for our residents and soon-to-be residents to engage with one another and Liberty Military Housing about our communities and the great activities taking place within them. The following guidelines are designed to help provide a quality environment for our Liberty Military Housing community. Please take a minute to read the guidelines and house rules, and please keep them in mind whenever you are engaged on a Liberty Military Housing social media page.
By using or accessing a Liberty Military Housing social media page, you agree to comply with that social channel's terms and conditions. Please visit Facebook, Instagram, Google +, YouTube, Pinterest, and Twitter to view their terms and conditions.
While we are excited to hear from everyone, it is essential to note that postings by users to Liberty Military Housing’s social media pages do not necessarily reflect Liberty Military Housing's opinions, nor does Liberty Military Housing confirm their accuracy.
We understand that your home is a subject many of you are passionate about – a passion we share too. While we welcome all questions, commentary, ideas, and conversation, Liberty Military Housing social media pages are not a replacement for Three-Step Process or Resident Satisfaction Surveys. The Three-Step Process and Resident Satisfaction Surveys provide all Liberty Military Housing residents a clear path to ensure ideas, concerns, and complaints are heard and, more importantly, addressed.
We do not take decisions on moderating posts or blocking users lightly. Liberty Military Housing reserves the right to remove any posts that do not adhere to our guidelines and block anyone who violates them. We expect that participants post content and commentary that is both relevant and respectful to the Liberty Military Housing community.
Specifically, we do not tolerate posts, messages, comments, etc. of the below nature:
- Abusive, harassing, bullying, stalking, threatening, or attacking others
- Defamatory, libel, offensive, obscene, vulgar, or depicting violence
- Hateful in language targeting race/ethnicity, religion, gender, nationality, or political beliefs
- Fraudulent, deceptive, misleading, or unlawful
- Trolling or deliberate disruption of discussion
- Violations of any intellectual property rights
- Spamming in nature
- Uploading files that contain viruses or programs that could damage the operation of other people’s computers
- Commercial solicitation or solicitation of donations, or solicitation in general
- Link baiting (embedding a link in your post to draw traffic to your website or social channel)
If you have a customer service issue, we recommend contacting your district office to ensure the most timely and effective resolution.