Here at Everton Aren’t We (EAW) we do not shy away from the issues that matter. Our website is made by the fans for the fans and therefore reflects a diverse range of opinion. We operate an open-door policy with regard to fan submissions and in doing so, we may post articles that we do not agree with.
The aim of any public fanzine is to create debate and you will notice a comments section underneath every fan article on our website. This gives you the opportunity to interact with the author, whether you wish to give praise, criticism or simply make a point. We are always looking for new writers too! If you think you have what it takes, then sign up & post an article for submission.
All materials published on EAW may be subject to editorial review. This may include minor text editing and formatting to compliment our website layout. Spelling, grammar, and other errors may be corrected during this process.
Comments submitted by readers to articles published on EAW are not checked or moderated at the time they are posted and go live on the site at the time they are submitted.
Offensive comments will be investigated and if appropriate removed at the earliest opportunity should we receive a report of the same. We cannot provide a timescale for how long we will take to remove a reported comment as this is solely subject to the availability of our Editors at any given time.
Comments submitted to the site are the sole responsibility of the comment author and the site owners take no responsibility for them until or unless we receive a report of concern.
Everton Aren’t We (EAW) fully respects your right to privacy. We will collect & store information about you when you register an account on our website, when you comment on an article or when you contact us. Information may also be collected via polls or competitions that we run.
Under no circumstances will we ever pass your information on to a third party without your permission except in circumstances where we are required to do so for legal reasons based on content you yourself have posted on the site.
As of Android 6 Marshmallow you are requested to Allow or Deny specific requests from your apps. This may or may not reduce app functionality. Here is a quick breakdown of EAW Android app permissions and why they are requested:
- To connect to the Internet and get new stories: Wifi, Network & Internet State
- To save images: External/ Internal Storage
- For the RSS app notifications of new EAW articles: Receive Boot Completed
- Google maps plugin which we don’t use at present (This would be useful for adding Goodison Park directions): Request Location
- Soundcloud/ Radio/ Visualiser: Speaker/ Mic
- In App purchases: Billing