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D-5 <br />2 <br /> <br />b. Firms with franchise agreements with the City, such as for utilities, <br />cable TV and/or internet service, waste removal and other similar <br />companies which provide service to residents of the City under <br />agreement with the City; <br /> <br />c. Links to corporate or company sites that provide web-based <br />automated solutions specifically designed for use by the City <br />and/or the public through the City website. These applications <br />may be hosted internally or externally; <br /> <br />d. Organizations in a direct contractual relationship with the City, <br />that receive funding in the form of either monetary or in-kind <br />contribution from the City to promote the economic and cultural <br />development of the City, in areas such as commerce, dining, <br />tourism, and arts and entertainment within the City; <br /> <br />e. For the Newport Beach Public Library (“Library”) website, and/or <br />any section of the City website used for Library purposes, links that <br />support the Library’s mission to meet the cultural, educational and <br />informational needs of Library customers. <br /> <br />2. The City website shall not include links to websites that: <br /> <br />a. Promote or exhibit hate, bias, discrimination, “adult-oriented” <br />material or material not suitable for viewing by persons of all ages, <br />or material with libelous or otherwise defamatory content; <br /> <br />b. Advocate the agenda or position of a political party, candidate for <br />elected office, ballot initiative, or campaign or fundraising websites <br />of holders of or candidates for political office (whether elected or <br />appointed), unless (1) the link is to a website that contains only <br />speech the City wishes to adopt as its own, as indicated by an <br />action adopted by Council, and (2) no violation of Government <br />Code Section 54964 (prohibiting expenditures of public funds on <br />any communication that expressly advocates approval or rejection <br />of a clearly identified ballot measure, initiative or candidate <br />certified to appear on a local ballot) is reasonably likely to result. <br />No linked website shall post communications on its homepage that <br />expressly advocate the approval or rejection of a clearly identified