remote content policy

From IndieWeb

remote content policy is a form of disclosure by a site about how it may treat content received (federated) from other sites, like how it may by default treat messages from other sites with URLs, from new remote accounts, with images or video, and/or from known abusive sites.

  • Counterpart: display-guidelines β€” how you express your preferences about how your content is displayed on other sites.


The phrase "remote content policy" originates from a now dead page:

Alternative names

Since the original phrase only had a single source which is now defunct, it seems reasonable to consider a more user-centered/friendly name per IndieWeb principles. Feel free to list an alternative and contribute your opinion on existing suggestions. Suggested names to rename this page / practice to:

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