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Welcome to Ulule Vox

What is Ulule Vox, anyway?
It’s a community
A community of creative and committed people, of friends who want to bring good ideas to life.
It’s a tool
A tool for posting all kinds of questions, classified ads, and discussion topics. You're not limited to 140 characters on Vox. Find what you need, share your passion, all in your own format. And you can share what you post here on your other social sites.
It’s free-thinking
And free to use. You're free to go (you control your information). And free to share (friends of open data, check out our API page for more info). 

Ulule Vox is not yetanothersocialnetwork.
Ulule Vox is there to help you find what you need, whenever you need it. 
We hope you'll like it here. GO BACK ON VOX...

...or digg inside all the details of the service :
I. Access and Registration 
Registering with Ulule Vox is free and open to all. Anyone can read Vox content, and Vox allows people to post under usernames. 
You can register using your real name or a username (depending on how you want to be identified by other members) and a password. You'll also be asked for your e-mail address. 
Or, you can sign up using your Facebook login by clicking the Facebook Connect button. Your Facebook name, e-mail and avatar will be automatically used for your Ulule account. You can change any of this information later. No additional information will be taken from your Facebook account. 
Registering means: 
- Other users can see the many ways in which you've contributed, including content you post "anonymously." This way, you can interact on a personal level without revealing your true identity. 
- Any member can contact you personally (and vice versa) without your e-mail address being revealed, thanks to our private messaging system. 
- You can make changes to the content you've posted. 
In order for the site to remember your Ulule Vox username and password, we have to use a persistent cookie (stored on your computer's hard drive). This file serves no purpose other than to let you to skip the steps of entering your username and password, making it easier to log in to Vox. We do not collect any data for commercial purposes. 
However, we recommend that you not allow this cookie if you access Vox from a public computer. 
II. Visitor Rights and Responsibilities 
Any non-registered users reading the content on Ulule Vox must respect the intellectual property rights of the authors. Visitors should take care not to reproduce or distribute content published on Vox on other sites (or the reverse) without the permission of the authors. 
However, visitors may reproduce Ulule Vox content for personal use, or reproduce and share short excerpts in articles and research papers, as long as Vox and the author of the content (real name or username) are cited, with, if possible, a link to the original content. 
III. Contributor Rights and Responsibilities 
All registered users remain the sole owners of the content they contribute. 
Although the administrators and moderators at Ulule Vox do their best to remove objectionable content, they are not able to check every posting. The views expressed in posted content are those of the content authors alone. The views expressed on Vox do not necessarily reflect the views of the owners of Ulule. 
Because of this, as a contributor, it is your responsibility to respect the laws and rules in force and the rights of others. For example, you must not post content that is violent, abusive, defamatory, racist, revisionist, apologist for war crimes, pedophilic, or that incites murder, suicide, discrimination or hate. You cannot post content that includes work that is the intellectual property of others without permission (including press articles, others' content). 
Also, please make every effort to be courteous so that exchanges of opinion can take place in a positive environment. 
IV. Moderation 
To ensure that Ulule Vox is a lively place, we have chosen to moderate after the fact: this means that all content is posted as-is, without any prior moderation. 
By posting content, you authorize Ulule Vox administrators and moderators to delete, edit, move, or block any content for any reason and without your prior authorization. 
If these rules are not respected, Ulule may be forced to temporarily or permanently ban users who do not abide by this agreement. 
Ulule will also remove advertising, duplicate content, content that disturbs the peace or offends public sensibilities, content that is violent, racist, revisionist, apologist for war crimes, abusive or vulgar, content that violates copyright and related rights, including those applying to databases, trademarks, images, the privacy of others, trade secrets, or content that violates any other laws or regulations in force. 
All content posted remains the sole responsibility of the author. 
Users can request that we review any questionable material posted on this forum by contacting the moderators at

V. Indexing User Content 
All content posted to this forum is subject to indexing by search engines and may be viewed by an audience outside of this forum. 
VI. Destination of Data Collected and Archived Content 
All data on this forum is stored in private archives in such a way that content authors can be identified. This information will only be communicated at the request of a legal authority. 
VII. Editing and Deleting Content 
Once you are a registered member of the forum, you are free to publish and edit content at any time. 
You can request that your content be deleted by contacting Be sure to provide the following details: title and date of publication, username used and URL. 
You can also request that your account be deleted. 
The forum content that is linked to your account will remain visible, to make reading clear and comprehensible for others, but it will be associated with the message "Profile deleted." 
VIII. Protection of Personal Data 
In accordance with the law "Informatique et Libertés" (IT and Freedoms) of January 6, 1978, you have the right to access, modify, correct, and delete your data (see our Privacypage)
You can exercise this right by editing your own content, once it's published, or by sending a message to
You can also send your request by mail to: 
Semio / Ulule 
24, rue de l'est 
75020 PARIS

Please visit the SOS Ulule section for any other question concerning Vox.