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Titling 
See Blogger's Code of Conduct name.
Taking responsibility 
See Talk:Responsibility for our own words
No anonymous comments 
See Talk:No anonymous comments
Unfair Attacks 
See Talk:Take action against attacks
"infringes upon a copyright or trademark" 
See Talk:Responsibility for our own words
Versioning and/or variants? 
See Talk:Blogger's Code of Conduct versioning
Scope 
See Talk:Blogger's Code of Conduct versioning
We take responsibility for our own words and for the comments we allow on our blog." 
See Talk:Responsibility for our own words
Legal Assertions 
See Talk:Responsibility for our own words
Beyond rejecting anonymity... 
See Talk:No anonymous comments
Censorship mitigating 
See Talk:Censorship
Suggestions 
See Talk:Keep our sources private
violates an obligation of confidentiality  
See Talk:Responsibility for our own words
Discretion to Delete Comment Must Be Clear 
Now a new module at Discretion to delete comments
Add On-Line Mediation Option to Code
See Talk:Connect privately first
Shared policy vs personal code 
See Talk:Personal code
Privacy  
See Talk:Responsibility for our own words
Things that would not be said in person 
See Talk:Nothing we wouldn't say in person
slippery slope of censorship 
See Talk:Censorship and Talk:Free expression.
Point 5 
See Talk:No anonymous comments
Point 7 is not about bloggers' conduct 
See Talk:Encourage enforcement of terms of service
Respecting copyright 
See Talk:Responsibility for our own words
Universal Code Vs Grey Scale 
See the new module scale of conduct
Removing "We do not allow anonymous comments" 
See Talk:No anonymous comments
ad hominem, misrepresents etc.. too subjective 
See Talk:Responsibility for our own words
Politically correct 
moved to criticisms
Start Again I Say
Moved to Gentoo derived
We reserve the right to have an opinion 
See Talk:Responsibility for our own words
Section 5 
Email address : See Talk:No anonymous comments
Codes of Conduct can be used as an excuse for censorship. 
See Talk:Censorship
Heart of the code
mutual respect : See the new module Mutual respect
Opening Paragraph 
Suggested change made
Cops vs common sense 
See Talk:Take action against attacks
Be polite .... or else.  
Moved to criticisms
Oh please! Do we really nanny state nazis in the blogosphere?  
Moved to criticisms
Edited Invective 
Moved to criticisms
This Code is pure BS  
Moved to criticisms
Code of Conduct  
See Talk:Alternate Code of Conduct
Scope  
See Talk:Blogger's Code of Conduct versioning#Scope
I See a Litter Box Full of Net Nannies  
Moved to criticisms
Been there...  
Moved to criticisms
Instead of a single code  
See Talk:Scale of conduct
Excessive quarreling in order to cause strife  
Moved to criticisms

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