Community Standards

Proliferate Community Standards

To protect the Proliferate community, we have established the following Community Standards. You  may not use Proliferate to stream, post, or distribute content, to engage in communications, or to engage in activity that:

  • violates a third party’s intellectual property rights (e.g., copyright, trademark, or patent rights)

  • discloses trade secrets or information subject to a confidentiality agreement without authorization

  • violates or another person’s rights of privacy or publicity

  • advocates or encourages illegal, immoral, or violent activity

  • discusses an intent to break a law or violate a rule or regulation

  • is vulgar, obscene, pornographic, incendiary, or indecent

  • threatens or abuses others

  • libels or defames others

  • is racist, abusive, harassing, threatening or offensive

  • exposes children under 18 years of age to inappropriate content

  • asks children under 18 years of age for personally identifiable details or information

  • harvests or otherwise collects information about others without the person’s prior express consent for each time information is collected. Examples include e-mail addresses, financial information, and other personally identifying information

  • impersonates or misrepresents your identity or your connections to any other entity or person

  • falsifies or deletes any author attributions, legal or other proper notices or proprietary designations or labels of the origin or source of code or other material that is permissibly shared (e.g., copyright, trademark or patent notices)

  • advertises any commercial endeavor (e.g., offering for sale products or services) or otherwise engages in any commercial activity (e.g., conducting raffles or contests, displaying sponsorship banners, and/or soliciting goods or services) except as may be specifically authorized on and/or purposefully facilitated by Proliferate;

  • solicits funds, advertisers or sponsors for any purpose

  • includes programs that contain viruses, worms and/or Trojan horses or any other computer code, files, or programs designed to interrupt, destroy, or limit the functionality of any computer software or hardware or telecommunications device

  • disrupts the normal flow of dialogue or otherwise acts in a way which affects the ability of other people to engage in real-time activities via Proliferate

  • amounts to a pyramid or other like scheme, including without limitation contests, chain letters, and surveys

  • attempts, encourage, or facilitates manipulation of the community ratings system

  • disobeys any policy or regulations including any code of conduct or other guidelines established from time to time regarding the use of Proliferate and/or any networks connected to Proliferate

  • inciting or encouraging others to violate Proliferate’s Community Standards

  • contains hyperlinks to sites that contain content that would violate Proliferate’s Community Standards

  • otherwise violates the Community Standards or Terms of Service as set forth under “Legal” in your User Profile

Proliferate may take steps to enforce its Community Standards up to and including terminating a user’s account.  Proliferate reserves the right to suspend or terminate a user’s account for any activity or communications directed toward other Proliferate users outside of the Proliferate platform that would violate the Community Standards if it took place on Proliferate. Proliferate or for inciting or encouraging others to violate Proliferate’s Community Standards. 

To report activity that violates Proliferate’s Community Standards, please email Proliferate at contact@proliferate-app.com with “Community Standards Violation” in the subject line. If you believe that the activity that you are reporting involves a crime, we encourage you to report the activity to the appropriate law enforcement authorities in addition to reporting the activity to Proliferate. If you believe that you have a legal claim arising from the activity that you are reporting, please consult an attorney.