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Community guidelines

Overview‍

Our Community Guidelines are designed to ensure that our community stays protected. They set out what's allowed and not allowed on ShareVision, and apply to all types of content on our platform, including videos, comments, links and thumbnails.

1. Fake Engagement Policy

ShareVision doesn’t allow anything that artificially increases the number of views, likes, comments, or other metric either through the use of automatic systems or by serving up videos to unsuspecting viewers. Additionally, content that solely exists to incentivise viewers for engagement (views, likes, comments, etc) is prohibited.Content and accounts that don't follow this policy may be terminated and removed from ShareVision.Important:  If you hire someone to promote your account, their decisions may impact your account. Any method that violates our policies may result in content removal or a account takedown, whether it's an action taken by you or someone you've hired.We consider engagement to be legitimate when a human user’s primary intent is to interact with content free of coercion or deception, or where the sole purpose of the engagement is financial gain. If you find content that violates this policy, please report it.What this policy means for youDon’t post content on ShareVision if it fits any of the descriptions noted below.

  • Links to or promotes third-party services that artificially inflate metrics like views, likes, and subscribers
  • Content linking to or promoting third-party view count or subscriber gaming websites or services
  • Offering to subscribe to another Creator’s account only if they subscribe to your account
  • Note: You're allowed to encourage viewers to subscribe, hit the like button, share, or leave a comment
  • Content featuring a Creator purchasing their views from a third party with the intent of promoting the service

This policy applies to videos, video descriptions, comments, live streams, and any other ShareVision product or feature. Keep in mind that this isn't a complete list.

Examples

Here are some examples of content that’s not allowed on ShareVision.

  • A video testimonial in which a Creator shows themselves successfully purchasing artificial page traffic from a third party
  • A video in which a Creator links to a third party artificial page traffic provider in a promotional or supportive context. For example: “I got 1 million subscribers on this video in a day and you can too!”
  • A video that tries to force or trick viewers into watching another video through deceptive means (for example: a misleadingly labeled info card)
  • Accounts dedicated to artificial account engagement traffic or promoting businesses that exist for this sole purpose

Remember these are just some examples, and don't post content if you think it might violate this policy.

2. Policy on impersonation

Content intended to impersonate a person or account is not allowed on ShareVision. ShareVision also enforces trademark holder rights. When a account, or content in the account, causes confusion about the source of goods and services advertised, it may not be allowed.

If you see content that violates this policy, please report it.

  • If you feel that yours or another Creator's account is being impersonated, you can report the account.

What these policies mean for you

If you're posting content don’t post content on ShareVision if it fits any of the descriptions noted below:

  • Account impersonation: A account that copies another account's profile, background, or overall look and feel in such a way that makes it look like someone else's account. The account does not have to be 100% identical, as long as the intent is clear to copy the other account.
  • Personal impersonation: Content intended to look like someone else is posting it.

Examples

Here are some examples of content that’s not allowed on ShareVision:

  • Accounts with the same name and image as another account, with the only difference being a space inserted into the name or a zero replacing the letter O.
  • Using someone else's real name, user name, image, brand, logo, or other personal information to trick people into believing you are that person.
  • Exactly matching a account description to another account.
  • Setting up a account using the name and image of a person, and then pretending that person is posting content to the account.
  • Setting up a account using the name and image of a person, and then posting comments on other accounts as if they were posted by the person.
  • Accounts claiming to be a “fan account,” but actually posing as another’s account and reuploading their content.
  • Accounts impersonating an existing news account.

Please remember these are just some examples, and don't post content if you think it might violate this policy.

3. Links in your Content

Links that send users to websites featuring content that violates our Community Guidelines are not allowed on ShareVision.

What this policy means for you

Don’t post links in your content on ShareVision if they fit any of the descriptions noted below.

  • Links to pornography
  • Links to websites or apps that install malware
  • Links to websites or apps phishing for a user’s login credentials, financial information, etc.
  • Links to websites, apps, or other information technology that give unauthorised free access to audio content, audiovisual content, full video games, software, or streaming services that normally require payment
  • Links to websites that seek to raise funds or recruit for terrorist organisations
  • Links to sites containing Child Sexual Abuse Imagery (CSAI)

This policy applies to videos, video descriptions, comments, live streams, and any other ShareVision product or feature. Please note this is not a complete list.

Note: Affiliate content doesn't violate ShareVision’s Terms of Use. However, massively posting affiliate content in dedicated accounts may violate our policies around spam.

Examples

Here are some examples of content that’s not allowed on ShareVision:

  • A video featuring sexually themed content whose description says “click here to see what ShareVision won’t allow!” and contains a Link href a pornographic site.
  • A gameplay video whose description contains a Link href a website promising free in-game currency or online store credit but really links to a site that infects the user’s computer with malware.
  • Posting a Link href a phishing site that steals users’ banking logins and passwords.
  • Instructing viewers to copy and paste an unclickable link in the video that takes them to a pornographic or spammy site.
  • Any link leading users to a website, file hosting service, etc. that allows them to access or download child sexual abuse imagery.

Please remember these are just some examples, and don't post content if you think it might violate this policy.

4. Spam, deceptive practices & scams policies

ShareVision doesn’t allow spam, scams, or other deceptive practices that take advantage of the ShareVision community. We also don’t allow content where the main purpose is to trick others into leaving ShareVision for another site.

What these policies mean for you

If you're posting content don’t post content on ShareVision if it fits any of the descriptions noted below:

  • Video Spam: Content that is excessively posted, repetitive, or untargeted and does one or more of the following:
  • Promises viewers they'll see something but instead directs them off site.
  • Gets clicks, views, or traffic off ShareVision by promising viewers that they’ll make money fast.
  • Sends audiences to sites that spread malware, try to gather personal information, or other sites that have a negative impact.
  • Misleading Metadata or Thumbnails: Using the title, thumbnails, description, or tags to trick users into believing the content is something it is not.
  • Manipulated Media: Content that has been technically manipulated or doctored in a way that misleads users (beyond clips taken out of context) and may pose a serious risk of egregious harm.
  • Scams: Content offering cash gifts, “get rich quick” schemes, or pyramid schemes (sending money without a tangible product in a pyramid structure).
  • Voter Suppression: Content aiming to mislead voters about the time, place, means or eligibility requirements for voting, or false claims that could materially discourage voting.
  • Suppression of Census Participation: Content aiming to mislead participants about the time, means or eligibility requirements for participating in a census.
  • Candidate Eligibility: Content that advances false claims related to the technical eligibility requirements for current political candidates and sitting elected government officials to serve in office. Eligibility requirements considered are based on applicable national law, and include age, citizenship, or vital status.
  • Incitement to interfere with democratic processes: content encouraging others to interfere with democratic processes, such as obstructing or interrupting voting procedures.
  • Distribution of hacked materials: content that contains hacked information, the disclosure of which may interfere with democratic processes, such as elections and censuses.
  • Incentivisation Spam: Content that sells engagement metrics such as views, likes, comments, or any other metric on ShareVision. This also includes content where the only purpose is to boost subscribers, views, or other metrics (e.g. offering to subscribe to another Creator’s account solely in exchange for them subscribing to your account, also known as "Sub4Sub" content).
  • Comments Spam: Comments where the sole purpose is to gather personal information from viewers, misleadingly drive viewers off ShareVision, or perform any of the prohibited behaviours noted above.
  • Repetitive comments: Leaving large amounts of identical, untargeted or repetitive comments.
  • Live Stream Abuse: Live streams intended to stream content that belongs to somebody else and are not corrected following repeated warnings of possible abuse. Live streams should be actively monitored by the account owner, and any potential issues should be corrected in a timely manner.

This policy applies to videos, video descriptions, comments, live streams, and any other ShareVision product or feature. Keep in mind that this isn't a complete list.

Examples

Here are some examples of content that’s not allowed on ShareVision:

  • Telling viewers they can vote through fake methods like texting their vote to a particular number
  • Giving made up voter eligibility requirements like saying that a particular election is only open to voters over 50 years old
  • Deliberately telling viewers an incorrect election date

5. Child Safety on ShareVision

ShareVision doesn’t allow content that endangers the emotional and physical well-being of minors. A minor is defined as someone under the legal age of majority – usually anyone younger than 18 years old in most countries/regions.

If you find content that violates this policy, report it. If you believe that a child is in danger, you should contact your local law enforcement to report the situation immediately.

What this policy means for you

If you're posting content don’t post content on ShareVision if it fits any of the descriptions below.

  • Sexualization of minors: Sexually explicit content featuring minors and content that sexually exploits minors. We report content containing child sexual abuse imagery to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, who work with global law enforcement agencies.
  • Harmful or dangerous acts involving minors: Content showing a minor participating in dangerous activities or encouraging minors to do dangerous activities. Never put minors in harmful situations that may lead to injury, including dangerous stunts, dares, or pranks.
  • Infliction of emotional distress on minors: Content that could cause minor participants or viewers emotional distress, including:
  • Exposing minors to mature themes
  • Simulating parental abuse
  • Coercing minors
  • Violence
  • Misleading family content: Content that targets young minors and families, but contains:
  • Sexual themes
  • Violence
  • Obscenity or other mature themes not suitable for young audiences
  • Family friendly cartoons that target young minors and contain adult or age-inappropriate themes such as violence, sex, death, drugs etc. Make sure your titles, descriptions, and tags match the audience you are targeting. You can also age restrict your content upon upload if it’s intended for mature audiences.
  • Cyberbullying and harassment involving minors: Content that:
  • Targets individuals for abuse or humiliation
  • Reveals personal information like email addresses or bank account numbers
  • Records someone without their consent
  • Sexually harasses
  • Encourages others to bully or harass

This policy applies to videos, video descriptions, comments, Stories, Community posts, live streams, playlists, and any other ShareVision product or feature. Please note this is not a complete list.

Examples

Here are some examples of content not allowed on ShareVision:

  • A video featuring minors involved in provocative, sexual, or sexually suggestive activities, challenges and dares, such as kissing or groping.
  • Showing minors involved in dangerous activities, such as physical stunts, using weapons or explosives, or using a controlled substance like alcohol or nicotine.
  • A video with tags like "for children" featuring family friendly cartoons engaging in inappropriate acts like injecting needles.

Remember these are just some examples, and don't post content if you think it might violate this policy.

6. Custom thumbnails policy

Custom thumbnails that violate our Community Guidelines are not allowed on ShareVision.

What this means for you

Don’t post a thumbnail on ShareVision that fits any of the descriptions noted below.

  • Thumbnails that include pornographic images depicting sexual acts, genitals, or fetishes for the purpose of sexual gratification
  • Violent imagery intended to shock or disgust
  • Thumbnails misleading viewers into thinking they’re about to view something that’s not in the video

Please note this is not a complete list.

7. Nudity and sexual content policies

Explicit content meant to be sexually gratifying is not allowed on ShareVision. Posting pornography may result in content removal or account termination. Videos containing fetish content will be removed or age-restricted. In most cases, violent, graphic, or humiliating fetishes are not allowed on ShareVision.

If you find content that violates this policy, please report it. If you've found multiple videos or comments that you would like to report, you can report the account.

Sexually explicit content featuring minors and content that sexually exploits minors is not allowed on ShareVision. We report content containing child sexual abuse imagery to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, who work with global law enforcement agencies.

What this means for you

If you're posting content don’t post content on ShareVision if it has any of the items below. Explicit content featuring the below policy violations could result in account termination.

  • Depiction of genitals, breasts, or buttocks (clothed or unclothed) for the purpose of sexual gratification
  • Pornography depicting sexual acts, genitals, or fetishes for the purpose of sexual gratification

Please note this is not a complete list.

This policy applies to videos, video descriptions, comments, live streams, and any other ShareVision product or feature.  Please remember these are just some examples, and don't post content if you think it might violate this policy.

Examples

Here are some examples of content that’s not allowed on ShareVision:

  • Clips extracted from non-pornographic films, shows, or other content in order to isolate sexual content
  • Groping, pantsing, public masturbation, up-skirting, voyeurism, predatory exhibitionism or any other content that depicts someone in a sexualised manner without their consent

Please remember these are just some examples, and don't post content if you think it might violate this policy.

8. Suicide & self-injury

At ShareVision, we take the health and well-being of all our Creators and viewers seriously. Awareness and understanding of mental health is important and we support Creators sharing their stories, such as posting content discussing their experiences with depression, self-harm, or other mental health issues.

We do not, however, allow content on ShareVision that promotes suicide, self-harm, or is intended to shock or disgust users.

What to do if you need support

If you are depressed, having thoughts of suicide, or self-harming, know there is help and you’re not alone. Many people turn to suicidal thinking and self-harm as ways to cope with painful emotions. Talking to a specialist can help you identify healthy, effective coping strategies and develop skills to manage difficult feelings.

Below is a list of suicide prevention organisations dedicated to helping those in need in different countries and regions. The websites www.befrienders.org and suicide.org also have extensive lists of organisations.

Guidelines for posting mental health-related content

ShareVision users should not be afraid to speak openly about the topics of mental health or self-harm. However please don’t post content on ShareVision if it fits any of the descriptions noted below:

  • Promoting or glorifying suicide
  • Providing instructions on how to self-harm or die by suicide
  • Graphic images of self-harm posted to shock or disgust viewers

This Community Guidelines policy applies to videos, video descriptions, comments, live streams, and any other ShareVision product or feature. Please note this is not a complete list.

9. Harassment and cyberbullying policy

Content that threatens individuals is not allowed on ShareVision. We also do not allow content that targets an individual with prolonged or malicious insults based on intrinsic attributes, including their protected group status or physical traits.

If you find content that violates this policy, please report it. If you've found multiple videos or comments that you would like to report, you can report the account.

If specific threats are made against you and you feel unsafe, report it directly to your local law enforcement agency.

What this means for you

If you're posting content don’t post content on ShareVision if it fits any of the descriptions noted below:

  • Content that features prolonged name calling or malicious insults (such as racial slurs) based on their intrinsic attributes. These attributes include their protected group status, physical attributes, or their status as a survivor of sexual assault, domestic abuse, child abuse etc.
  • Content uploaded with the intent to shame, deceive or insult a minor. A minor is defined as a person under the legal age of majority. This usually means anyone younger than 18 years old, but the age of a minor might vary by country.

Exceptions

We may allow content that includes harassment if the primary purpose is educational, documentary, scientific, or artistic in nature. This is not a free pass to harass someone. Some examples include:

  • Debates related to high-profile officials or leaders: Content featuring debates or discussions of topical issues concerning people who have positions of power, like high-profile government officials or CEOs of major multinational corporations.
  • Scripted performances: Insults made in the context of an artistic medium such as scripted satire, stand up comedy, or music (e.g. a diss track). Note: This is not a free pass to harass someone and claim “I was joking.”
  • Harassment education or awareness: Content that features actual or simulated harassment for documentary purposes or with willing participants (e.g. actors) to combat cyberbullying or raise awareness.

Monetisation and other penalties

In some rare cases, we may remove content or issue other penalties when a Creator:

  • Repeatedly encourages abusive audience behaviour.
  • Repeatedly targets, insults and abuses an identifiable individual based on their intrinsic attributes across multiple uploads.
  • Exposes an individual to risks of physical harm based on the local social or political context.
  • Creates content that harms the ShareVision ecosystem by persistently inciting hostility between Creators for personal financial gain.

Examples

Here are some examples of content that’s not allowed on ShareVision:

  • Repeatedly showing pictures of someone and then making statements like “Look at this creature’s teeth, they’re so disgusting!”, with similar commentary targeting intrinsic attributes throughout the video.
  • Targeting an individual based on their membership in a protected group, such as by saying: “Look at this filthy [slur targeting a protected group], I wish they’d just get hit by a truck.”
  • Targeting an individual and making claims they are involved in human trafficking in the context of a harmful conspiracy theory where the conspiracy is linked to direct threats or violent acts.
  • Using an extreme insult to dehumanise an individual based on their intrinsic attributes. For example: “Look at this dog of a woman! She’s not even a human being — she must be some sort of mutant or animal!”
  • Depicting an identifiable individual being murdered, seriously injured, or engaged in a graphic sexual act without their consent.
  • Accounts dedicated entirely to focusing on maliciously insulting an identifiable individual.

10. Harmful or dangerous content policy

ShareVision doesn’t allow content that encourages dangerous or illegal activities that risk serious physical harm or death.

If you find content that violates this policy, please report it. If you've found multiple videos or comments that you would like to report, you can report the account.

What this policy means for you

If you're posting content

Don’t post content on ShareVision if it fits any of the descriptions noted below.

  • Extremely dangerous challenges: Challenges that pose an imminent risk of physical injury.
  • Dangerous or threatening pranks: Pranks that lead victims to fear imminent serious physical danger, or that create serious emotional distress in minors.
  • Instructions to kill or harm: Showing viewers how to perform activities meant to kill or maim others. For example, giving instructions to build a bomb meant to injure or kill others.
  • Hard drug use or creation: Content that depicts abuse of or giving instructions on how to create hard drugs such as cocaine or opioids. Hard drugs are defined as drugs that can (mostly) lead to physical addiction.
  • Eating Disorders: Content that praises, glorifies, or encourages viewers to imitate anorexia or other eating disorders. Eating disorders are characterised by abnormal or disturbed eating habits which negatively affect a person's health (including eating non-food items).
  • Violent Events: Promoting or glorifying violent tragedies, such as school shootings.
  • Instructional theft or cheating: Showing viewers how to steal tangible goods or promoting dishonest behaviour
  • Hacking: Demonstrating how to use computers or information technology with the intent to steal credentials, compromise personal data or cause serious harm to others such as (but not limited to) hacking into social media accounts
  • Bypassing payment for digital content or services: Showing viewers how to use apps, websites, or other information technology to gain unauthorised free access to audio content, audiovisual content, full video games, software, or streaming services that normally require payment.
  • Promoting dangerous remedies or cures: Content which claims that harmful substances or treatments can have health benefits.

Keep in mind that this isn't a complete list.

Don’t post content showing a minor participating in dangerous activity, or encouraging minors to participate in dangerous activities. Never put minors in harmful situations that may lead to injury, including dangerous stunts, dares, or pranks.

We might allow videos that depict dangerous acts iIf they’re meant to be educational, documentary, scientific, or artistic (EDSA). For example, a news piece on the dangers of choking games would be appropriate, but posting clips out of context from the same documentary might not be.

This policy applies to videos, video descriptions, comments, live streams, and any other ShareVision product or feature.

Examples

The following types of content are not allowed on ShareVision. This isn't a complete list.

  • Asphyxiation: Any activity that prevents breathing or can lead to suffocation like:
  • Choking, drowning, or hanging games
  • Eating non-food items
  • Misuse of weapons: Using weapons, like guns or knives, without proper safety precautions or in a way that could cause physical harm. Includes the "No Lackin'" challenge.
  • Ingesting Harmful Substances: Eating, consuming, or inserting non-food objects or chemicals that may cause illness or poisoning. Includes detergent-eating challenges.
  • Burning, Freezing & Electrocution: Activities with inherent risk of severe burns, freezing, frostbite, or electrocution. Includes the fire challenge and hot water challenge.
  • Mutilation & Blunt Force Trauma: Activities like:
  • Self-mutilation
  • Abstaining from normal health practices
  • Falling, impalement, collision, blunt force trauma, or crushing
  • Challenges featuring children: Showing minors drinking alcohol, using vaporizers, e-cigarettes, tobacco or marijuana, or misusing fireworks.
  • Intentional physical harm: Inflicting physical harm on unsuspecting prank victims through actions like punching attacks, drugging food or drinks with laxatives, or shock pranks.
  • Making someone feel in immediate danger: Tricking others into believing they're in real danger, even if no physical harm comes to them. This includes:
  • Threats with weapons
  • Bomb scares
  • Swatting or fake 911 calls
  • Fake home invasions or robberies
  • Fake kidnapping
  • Emotional distress to minors: Any prank that causes emotional distress to children or others who are vulnerable. This includes:
  • Fake death or suicide
  • Fake violence
  • Pretending that a parent or caregiver will abandon a child
  • Showing a parent or caregiver verbally abuse or shame a child
  • Bomb-making: Showing viewers how to build a bomb meant to injure or kill others, such as:
  • Pipe bombs
  • Package bombs
  • Explosive vests
  • Molotov cocktails
  • Violence involving children: Any real fights or violence between children.
  • Displays of hard drug uses: Non-educational content that shows the injection of intravenous drugs like heroin or huffing/sniffing glue.
  • Making hard drugs: Non-educational content that explains how to make drugs.
  • Minors using alcohol or drugs: Showing minors drinking alcohol, using vaporizers, e-cigarettes, tobacco or marijuana, or misusing fireworks.
  • Selling hard or soft drugs: Featuring drugs with the goal of selling them. If you're using links in your description to sell hard drugs, your account will be terminated.
  • Steroid use: Non-educational content that shows how to use steroids for recreational purposes (like body building).
  • Using terms or phrases in metadata that promote or glorify eating disorders.
  • Videos that promote or glorify eating non food items.
  • Miracle Mineral Solution (MMS)
  • Black Salve

11. Hate speech policy

Groups based on any of the following attributes:

  • Age
  • Caste
  • Disability
  • Ethnicity
  • Gender Identity and Expression
  • Nationality
  • Race
  • Immigration Status
  • Religion
  • Sex/Gender
  • Sexual Orientation
  • Victims of a major violent event and their kin
  • Veteran Status

If you find content that violates this policy, please report it. If you've found multiple videos or comments that you would like to report, you can report the account.

What this policy means for you

If you're posting content don’t post content on ShareVision if the purpose of that content is to do one or more of the following.

  • Encourage violence against individuals or groups based on any of the attributes noted above. We don’t allow threats on ShareVision, and we treat implied calls for violence as real threats.
  • Incite hatred against individuals or groups based on any of the attributes noted above.

Monetisation and other penalties

In some rare cases, we may remove content or issue other penalties when a Creator:

  • Repeatedly encourages abusive audience behaviour.
  • Repeatedly targets, insults and abuses a group based on the attributes noted above across multiple uploads.
  • Exposes a group with attributes noted above to risks of physical harm based on the local social or political context.
  • Creates content that harms the ShareVision ecosystem by persistently inciting hostility against  a group with attributes noted above for personal financial gain.

Examples

Here are examples of hate speech not allowed on ShareVision.

  • “I’m glad this [violent event] happened. They got what they deserved [referring to persons with the attributes noted above].”
  • “[Person with attributes noted above] are dogs” or “[person with attributes noted above] are like animals.”

12. Violent Criminal Organisations

Content intended to praise, promote, or aid violent criminal organisations is not allowed on ShareVision. These organisations are not allowed to use ShareVision for any purpose, including recruitment.

If you find content that violates this policy, please report it. If you've found multiple videos or comments that you would like to report, you can report the account.

If you believe anyone is in immediate danger, you should reach out to your local law enforcement agency to report the situation immediately.

What this means for you

If you're posting content don’t post content on ShareVision if it fits any of the descriptions noted below.

  • Content produced by violent criminal or terrorist organisations
  • Content praising or memorialising prominent terrorist or criminal figures in order to encourage others to carry out acts of violence
  • Content praising or justifying violent acts carried out by violent criminal or terrorist organisations
  • Content aimed at recruiting new members to violent criminal or terrorist organisations
  • Content depicting hostages or posted with the intent to solicit, threaten, or intimidate on behalf of a violent criminal or terrorist organisation
  • Content that depicts the insignia, logos, or symbols of violent criminal or terrorist organisations in order to praise or promote them

If posting content related to terrorism or crime for an educational, documentary, scientific, or artistic purpose, be mindful to provide enough information in the video or audio itself so viewers understand the context. Graphic or controversial footage with sufficient context may be subject to age-restrictions or a warning screen.

This policy applies to videos, video descriptions, comments, live streams, and any other ShareVision product or feature.  Please note this is not a complete list.

Examples

Here are some examples of content that’s not allowed on ShareVision.

  • Raw and unmodified re-uploads of content created by terrorist or criminal organisations
  • Celebrating terrorist leaders or their crimes in songs or memorials
  • Celebrating terrorist or criminal organisations in songs or memorials
  • Content directing users to sites that espouse terrorist ideology, are used to disseminate prohibited content, or are used for recruitment
  • Video game content which has been developed or modified (“modded”) to glorify a violent event, its perpetrators, or support violent criminal or terrorist organisations

Please remember these are just some examples, and don't post content if you think it might violate this policy.

13. Violent or graphic content policies

Violent or gory content intended to shock or disgust viewers, or content encouraging others to commit violent acts are not allowed on ShareVision.

If you believe anyone is in imminent danger, you should reach out to your local law enforcement agency to report the situation immediately.

If you find content that violates this policy, please report it. If you've found multiple videos or comments that you would like to report, you can report the account.

What this means for you

If you're posting content don’t post content on ShareVision if it fits any of the descriptions noted below:

  • Inciting others to commit violent acts against individuals or a defined group of people
  • Fights involving minors
  • Footage, audio, or imagery involving road accidents, natural disasters, war aftermath, terrorist attack aftermath, street fights, physical attacks, sexual assaults, immolation, torture, corpses, protests or riots, robberies, medical procedures, or other such scenarios with the intent to shock or disgust viewers
  • Footage or imagery showing bodily fluids, such as blood or vomit, with the intent to shock or disgust viewers.
  • Content where there is infliction of unnecessary suffering or harm deliberately causing an animal distress.
  • Content where animals are encouraged or coerced to fight by humans
  • Dramatized or fictional footage of anything listed above where the viewer is not provided with enough context to determine that the footage is dramatized or fictional
  • Footage of corpses with massive injuries, such as severed limbs

Please note this is not a complete list.

Examples

Here are some examples of content that’s not allowed on ShareVision.

  • Encouraging others to go to a particular place to commit violence, to perform violence at a particular time, or to target individuals or groups with violence
  • Actual schoolyard fights between minors. We may allow content if minors are only play fighting and that is evident to viewers.
  • Beatings or brawls outside the context of professional or professionally supervised sporting events.

Please remember these are just some examples, and don't post content if you think it might violate this policy.

14. Policies on content featuring firearms

 

Content intended to sell firearms, instruct viewers on how to make firearms, ammunition, and certain accessories, or instruct viewers on how to install those accessories is not allowed on ShareVision. ShareVision shouldn't be used as a platform to sell firearms or accessories noted below. ShareVision also doesn’t allow live streams that show someone holding, handling, or transporting a firearm.

What this means for you

If you're posting content don’t post content on ShareVision if the purpose is to do one or more of the following:

  • Sell firearms or certain firearms accessories through direct sales (e.g. private sales by individuals) or links to sites that sell these items. These accessories may include:
  • Accessories that enable a firearm to simulate automatic fire,
  • Accessories that convert a firearm to automatic fire, such as: bump stocks, gatling triggers, drop-in auto sears, or conversion kits,
  • High capacity magazines or belts carrying more than 30 rounds.
  • Provide instructions on manufacturing any of the following:
  • Firearms,
  • Ammunition,
  • High capacity magazines,
  • Homemade silencers/suppressors,
  • Accessories that enable a firearm to simulate automatic fire,
  • Accessories that convert a firearm to automatic fire, such as: bump stocks, gatling triggers, drop-in auto sears, or conversion kits
  • Provide instructions on how to convert a firearm to automatic or simulated automatic firing capabilities.
  • Provides instructions on how to install the above-mentioned accessories or modifications.

Please note this is not a complete list.

Examples

Here are some examples of content that isn’t allowed on ShareVision.

  • Links in the title or description of your video to sites where firearms or the accessories noted above are sold. You can Link href sites that discuss or review these items as long as those sites don’t sell those items directly.
  • Displaying a firearm with the intention to sell that firearm via private sale. This includes giving the seller’s phone number, email address, or other contact information.
  • Showing users step-by-step instructions on how to finish a lower receiver in order to complete fabrication of a firearm.
  • Showing users how to make a silencer out of flashlight, oil can, solvent catcher or other parts.
  • Showing users how to install a bump stock, or install a comparable accessory built to enable simulated automatic fire.
  • Live streams that feature someone holding or handling a firearm, regardless of whether or not they are firing it. Note: this does not include firearms in video games.
  • Live streams that feature someone transporting firearms from place to place, such as by carrying them or traveling with them by car, truck, or other vehicle. Note: this does not include firearms in video games.

Please remember these are just some examples, and don't post content if you think it might violate this policy.

15. Sale of Illegal or Regulated Goods or services

Content intended to sell certain regulated goods and services is not allowed on ShareVision.

If you find content that violates this policy, please report it. If you've found multiple videos or comments that you would like to report, you can report the account.

What this policy means for you

If you're posting content don't post content on ShareVision if it aims to directly sell,  Link href, or facilitate access to any of the regulated goods and services listed below. Making the sale of these items or facilitating the use of these services possible by posting links, email, phone number or other means to contact a seller directly is not allowed.

  • Alcohol
  • Bank account passwords, stolen credit cards, or other financial information
  • Counterfeit documents or currency
  • Controlled narcotics and other drugs
  • Explosives
  • Organs
  • Endangered species or parts of endangered species
  • Firearms and certain firearms accessories
  • Nicotine, including vaping products
  • Online gambling sites not yet reviewed by ShareVision
  • Pharmaceuticals without a prescription
  • Sex or escort services
  • Unlicensed medical services
  • Human smuggling

This policy applies to videos, video descriptions, comments, live streams, and any other ShareVision product or feature. 

Please note this is not a complete list.

Examples

Here are some examples of content that’s not allowed on ShareVision.

  • Linking to an online gambling or sports betting site that is not approved.
  • Selling counterfeit passports or providing instructions on creating forged official documents.
  • Advertising escort, prostitution, or erotic massage services.
  • Content instructing how to purchase drugs on the dark web.
  • A video of a user making a purchase with software that generates fake credit card numbers.
  • Including a Link href an online pharmacy that does not require prescriptions.

Please remember these are just some examples, and don't post content if you think it might violate this policy.

What happens if content violates this policy

If your content violates any of the above policies we’ll remove the content and send you an email to let you know. If this is your first time violating our Community Guidelines, you’ll get a warning with no penalty to your account. If it’s not, we’ll issue a strike against your account. If you get 3 strikes, your account will be terminated.