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If we post your comments - and if they consist only of "Kate Hudson roxx!" then we probably won't - we may edit them for spelling, grammar and possibly language if we think your use of profanities is overly gratuitous. We won't edit them for the content of your opinions. If you feel we've misrepresented you in the way we've edited your comments (we'll try our best not to), email email@example.com and we'll address your concerns - if necessary by removing your comments altogether.
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Making a fool of yourself
It happens. You get drunk, you surf, you post idiocy to your favourite on-line film webzine. The next morning you realise what you did. Don't worry. Be happy. Ask us nicely by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and we will make your idiocy disappear.