Manifesto of Ethics

To promote freedom of religion – Violations of religious freedom are increasing globally in scale, depth and blatancy.

To promote freedom of expression and internet freedom – Freedom of expression is an essential part of a properly functioning democracy and a free society. People should be free to express themselves both online and offline. But in many parts of the world freedom of expression is under threat.

To be inclusive – We aim to share multiple voices and perspectives. We prohibit and will remove Offensive material that has been reported to contain (e.g., Pornographic material, hate speech, encouraging violence against others, etc)

To respect one’s right to remain anonymous – Our users place their trust in us to keep them safe, and, in some cases, anonymous.

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