EnglishHome Rules & Chat Group Standards
EnglishHome gives people around the world the opportunity to discover and create new kinds of interactive content in real-time, by conversation in chat group. In order for EnglishHome to remain a safe place to meet new people and participate in vibrant discussions, it's important that we establish community standards in an effort to safeguard the wellbeing of our users to the best of our ability. We do our best to keep EnglishHome safe, but we cannot guarantee it. The following are a list of rules & guidelines, which, if violated, may result in a suspension or permanent ban from EnglishHome.
Please also be advised that in applicable situations, we reserve the right to report highly suspicious and/or criminal activity to your local authorities.
1. NO VIOLENCE AND/OR SELF HARM
Safety is EnglishHome's top priority and we take threats of violence and self-harm very seriously. We may remove content that breaches these terms and may also report such content to law enforcement, if we perceive a genuine risk of physical harm or a direct threat to public safety. Similarly, we prohibit threats and any threat or attempt to threaten other persons may result in a permanent ban.
2. ABSOLUTELY NO NUDITY OR SEXUALLY EXPLICIT BEHAVIOR
It is EnglishHome?s policy that both male and female users must be fully clothed if they sending any image on group at all times. Any user without a shirt may be subject to a suspension or permanent ban.
Users are forbidden from exposing any skin beneath their clothes. Encouraging nudity in any capacity is also prohibited on EnglishHome and may be subject to a suspension or permanent ban.
Users are not allowed to:
Use vulgar, profane, offensive or sexually explicit language in the chat.
Display offensive or sexually explicit pictures or images of themselves or any person on group.
Sending sexual or sexually suggestive acts, show sex toys on screen or a sexually suggestive manner.
3. NO BULLYING, HARASSMENT OR HATE SPEECH
Users must treat all other community members with respect. EnglishHome does not tolerate taunting, bullying, hate speech, racism, or otherwise harassing any other member of the community. Though we support the principles of free speech, we do not permit attacks on others based on their race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, gender, age, sexual orientation, disability or medical condition.
4. NO POSTING OF PRIVATE CONTACT INFORMATION
Giving out another individual?s personal information, including but not limited to E-mail addresses, phone numbers, and home addresses is forbidden. We also strongly recommend that you keep your own personal information private.
5. NO SOLICITATION OR ENCOURAGEMENT OF RULE-BREAKING
Any solicitation of a member to engage in a sexual or illegal act is forbidden. Similarly, any behavior intending to lure or manipulate another member into producing sexual images of him or herself, or asking him or her to provide personal information is forbidden.
Engagement in illegal or inappropriate commercial activities or sales is also strictly forbidden. Such activities include, but are not limited to, pyramid schemes, Multi-level Marketing offers, and homegrown sweepstakes.
It is forbidden to encouraging the breaking of any of the rules, herein, either in chat or while broadcasting.
6. NO CHAT SPAM
Interrupting the flow of chat sessions with the use of repetitive typing or activity that makes it difficult for users to maintain a conversation is forbidden, as is the posting of links to pornographic or malicious sites.
7. NO IMPERSONATING OTHER MEMBERS OR HAVING MULTIPLE ACCOUNTS
Changing your chat name or creating an account in order to impersonate another member is forbidden. Claiming to be another person, creating a false presence for an organization, or creating multiple accounts undermines the community and violates EnglishHome's Terms of Service. Additionally, creating and using multiple profiles on EnglishHome is prohibited and all accounts made by a single user are subject to be permanently banned.
EnglishHome Rules last updated: September 2017