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Piñata Farms Community Guidelines

Last Updated: December 29, 2020

Piñata Farms loves your creativity, but to keep things safe and fun, we have a set of guidelines that you’ll need to follow. You can view our full terms here, but here’s the TL;DR version:

Pornography & Explicit Nudity: You can’t add anything featuring explicit nudity or other sexually-explicit material. 

Extreme Violence and Animal Cruelty: Fictional or cartoon-style violence can be ok, but we don’t allow content featuring or encouraging serious injury, real death, mutilation, gore, or assault on humans or animals.

Self-Harm: We don’t allow anything that promotes self-harm, including content related to suicide, self-mutilation, or eating disorders. Also, use common sense and don’t try to replicate potentially risky activities (by yourself or with others) that may be depicted in videos posted to the platform. Please see our terms if you experience epileptic seizures when exposed to certain visual images.

Hate Speech, Bullying, Stalking, Harassment or Threats: Anything that slanders, demeans or belittles another group or person based on their race, religion, gender, disability status, age or sexual orientation is prohibited. We don’t allow content designed to bully, harass, or threaten another individual or group.

Illegal Activity: We don’t allow content promoting illegal activity, nor can you use Piñata Farms to engage in illegal activity.

Sharing of Private Information: You can't use Piñata Farms to expose private facts about others, like doxing, sharing information publicly that is private, or information recorded without someone's consent.  

Impersonation, Squatting and Misattribution: Content or activity meant to impersonate an individual or organization as the source of the content isn't allowed.

Spam, Scams and Other Malicious Conduct: Don't post or create content that disrupts, interrupts or otherwise harms Piñata’s services or another user's experience (some examples include spamming, spreading false information, phishing and attempts at unauthorized access).