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Community Guidelines

The terms and conditions set out in these Rules of Conduct/Community Guidelines (“Terms and Conditions”) are a contract between you and LEGO Foundation. They govern your membership of and participation in the LEGO® Braille Bricks Blog community the ("Blog"), including your use of the closed group on Facebook (FB) (the LEGO Braille Bricks Community and its content).

The Blog and FB have the purpose of sharing knowledge between practitioners and legal guardians above the age of 18 in the community on the subject of the LEGO Braille Bricks concept and its use in the education and skills development of blind and visually impaired children. We encourage the community to interact by commenting blog posts and sharing relevant learnings and insights to improve the use and further development of the LEGO Braille Bricks concept.

Anyone can read the blog posts, but to interact and comment you will have to set up a user profile. This ensures data consent and that our rules of conduct/community guidelines are followed for the safety and security of all parties. Please refer to our Privacy Policy for more details on consent and data administration.

1. User Content - Rights & Responsibilities

As a member of the Blog, you may post content on the Website, including without limitation text, data, information, software, scripts, graphics, images, illustrations, photos, sounds, music, videos, audiovisual combinations, interactive features and other materials ("User Content").

1.2 User Content Responsibility

You are solely responsible for User Content posted by you on the Blog and the consequences of posting it.

You represent and warrant that you have all necessary licenses, rights, consents and permissions required to enable your User Content to be used in the Blog community, on the FB, in accordance with any legal requirements, such as privacy data regulation requirements.

IMAGES OF CHILDREN: If User Content posted by you contains images of a child under 18 years old, you represent and warrant that you have all necessary consents and permissions from the child's parent(s), guardian(s) and authority(-ies) required to enable such User Content to be used in the Blog [and FB].

Viewpoints in the Blog [and FB] represent the personal views of the individual members of the community only. LEGO Foundation does not endorse any User Content or any opinion, recommendation or advice expressed therein, and LEGO Foundation expressly disclaims any and all liability in connection with any and all User Content.

You will at all times, at your cost and expense, pay, defend, indemnify and hold harmless the LEGO Foundation, from and against, all costs, expenses (including, without limitation, reasonable legal fees), liabilities, claims, proceedings, damages and losses, as incurred and on demand, in any way arising from or connected with any claim or action against the LEGO Foundation by any third party that the content provided by you, infringes the Intellectual Property Rights of that third party or is in other ways unlawful.

2. Blog and FB Content

With the exception of User Content, LEGO Foundation reserve all title, ownership and rights in and to all content on the Website, including the trademarks LEGO Braille Bricks, and the LEGO Braille Bricks look and feel.

You may not copy, download, remove, obscure, alter, adapt or otherwise make unauthorised use of such content or any portion hereof without prior express written permission from LEGO Foundation.

Unauthorised use of such content may result in the termination of your account, prohibition to use the Website and further legal action.

3. Removal of User Content

User Content will be moderated by LEGO Foundation, and LEGO Foundation can remove any User Content at its sole discretion for any reason at any time without prior notice.

The LEGO Braille Bricks Blog is moderated by professional braille consultants hired by LEGO Foundation. The LEGO Foundation can remove any User Content at its sole discretion for any reason at any time without prior notice.

The LEGO Foundation retains the right to [suspend and/or terminate a member’s user profile], delete any blog comments, photos and video material that does not adhere to the below Rules of Conduct/Community Guidelines [and to take any other action required or permitted under any applicable laws]. If you have questions to the Community Guidelines or see blog comments that you feel break these guidelines, please contact

You can delete any of your User Content anytime by contacting the LEGO Foundation on The LEGO Foundation will handle your request for deletion as quickly as possible. LEGO Foundation may keep backup copies of your deleted User Content or account on LEGO Foundation's servers for legal purposes see more in the LEGO Braille Bricks Privacy Policy here: Privacy Policy

4. Infringement of Rights

If you believe that any User Content on the Website infringes someone's rights, you as the rights holder or an agent thereof may submit a complaint, cf. below.

Your complaint can be submitted via postal mail or email to:

LEGO Foundation

7190 Billund Denmark


5. Blog Conduct

  • It is not allowed to disclose personal data or sensitive information on other individuals. Avoid using names, contact details, and other forms of identification.

  • It is only permitted to share photos and video links if you can verify and prove consent from those featured. In general, please seek to anonymise persons portrayed (by graphically covering or slurring faces) to ensure they are not identifiable.

  • It is not allowed to share third-party content and information without permission.

  • Keep comments to the subject matter of the post you are commenting and do not hijack a post for another purpose.

  • It is not allowed to use posts to promote products or services.

  • Only use polite language and refrain from posting any material that is abusive, vulgar, obscene, hateful, fraudulent, unlawful, threatening, or harassing towards any person whether a user on this blog or not.

  • It is not allowed to upload, post or transmit any material that contains viruses or computer code designed to destroy or limited the functionality of any computer software or hardware.

  • Content of an assumed criminal nature will be reported to the relevant public authorities.