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We do not generally exercise prior restraint on content you post to your personal page. You are responsible for all content on your page, including responsibility for observation of copyright. The editors may choose to promote content from your private page to the main news page(s) that is deemed to be of interest to all readers. This is intended to be a family friendly site reflective of the best traditions of the Daily Bruin. We reserve the right to edit or delete spurious content; which right we do not exercise lightly.


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Let a hundred flowers bloom. The publication is open to well expressed ideas from all viewpoints. We prefer persuasion to pugnacity, rhetoric to ridicule. We reserve the right to edit, delete or comment upon user-submitted material that appears intended to cause harm or promote harm to individuals or groups.
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