Lately, we've had a number of users register on the site without providing a real name or school.
When users register, they must agree to a statement of conduct, which includes an explanation that this is not an anonymous site.
This site is an online extension of the real world of speech and debate. Anything users write on the site is equivalent to something they would say in proximity of other competitors in the cafeteria or auditorium at a tournament, and as such, are held accountable and may not hide under anonymity.
This policy has kept this site a positive and supportive place for students and coaches to feel comfortable discussing speech and debate competition without trolls, trash-talkers, and spammers.
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