- No porn No pornography or sexually explicit nudity. No judgment if porn is your thing, but hosting videos costs a lot of money. Artistic NSFW content is okay, but nothing that’s intended to stimulate people, um, down there. Not sure if your video is porn or art? It’s probably porn. Don’t upload it on Vidme.
- No hate speech No videos that promote racism, bigotry, physical harm of any kind against any group or individual.
- Don't share others' personal information Don’t share someone else’s personal info (phone number, email address, home address, etc.) unless you have their explicit permission to do so.
- No spam This includes clickbait, advertisements, scams, automated postings, irrelevant comments, etc.
- No stolen content Don’t upload a video if you don’t hold the copyright or permission to share it. If you didn’t make the video, and you don’t have permission from whoever did, then you probably aren’t the copyright owner.
- Mark your own videos NSFW When uploading videos intended for a mature audience, include "NSFW" in the title. Again, don't upload porn. If you’ve got something with tasteful non-sexual nudity in it though, or something artsy or anthropologically fascinating that you wouldn’t want your boss or teacher to see you looking at, then please add “NSFW” to the title of your video.
- Categorize videos appropriately If your channel is verified, you can publish your videos to categories. Publish your video to the category most appropriate for the *individual video*, not your channel or videos overall. For example, if you usually produce gaming content, then one day make a personal vlog, that should be published as “Vlogs”, not “Gaming.” There are gray areas of course, so hit us up and ask if you’re not sure. If we notice a video in the wrong category, we’ll correct it.
- Don’t game the system In other words, don’t engage in vote manipulation, attempt to “break” Vidme, or try to circumvent a site-wide ban by making a new account.
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