Community Guidelines

Community Guidelines
Last Updated: 08/30/2022 by Tonny

Our Guidelines regulate your connection with and use of ZEKOND, in addition to your accessibility to our products and services. By accessing ZEKOND, you consent to these terms. These Guidelines are developed to promote productive, civil discussion among individuals with varying interests, experiences as well different points of view.

Our objective is to offer all users with an inviting, nonpartisan "Big Tent" of ideas. Our objective has always been to provide a social platform in the spirit of the First Amendment to the United States Constitution, for free thinking and the ability to share ideas freely.

Our preference is that the removal of users or user-provided content be kept to the absolute minimum. Our preference is to leave choices regarding what is seen and who is heard to each individual person. In no instance will ZEKOND determine what content will be removed or filtered, or whose account will be eliminated, on the basis of the point of view shared within the content at issue. ZEKOND'S policies are, to use a popular concept in First Amendment law, viewpoint-neutral and fully inclusive

We do not marshal your feed; we do not pretend to be qualified to do so. Our team believes only you are qualified to monitor your feed, therefore we offer you the tools you need to do it on your own. ZEKOND provides a variety of features and functions -- including the ability to mute or block other users, or to mute or block all comments containing terms of your choice -- and we encourage you to use these tools whenever you wish to control your content.

At ZEKOND, we're committed to continuous improvement toward meeting our goals. Accordingly, these Guidelines are subject to modification or updating, unilaterally by ZEKOND, at any time.

ZEKOND will not be used as a tool for crime or any other unlawful acts. We will remove reported user content that we believe constitutes or evidences such activity. If you use ZEKOND in this way, we will delete your account.

The law requires us to exclude offensive content from our platforms. Examples of this are as follows: content posted by or on behalf of terrorist organizations, intellectual property theft, child sexual abuse material.

Even when the law may not require us to moderate something, or to ban a user, we reserve the right to do so to prevent our services from being used by someone carrying out a crime or civil tort -- especially when these interfere with our goal of providing a welcoming platform. Examples include fraud, criminal solicitation, and nuisance.

ZEKOND allows the posting of "Not Safe for Work" and "trolling" content, we provide a double-filter system to help ensure this content is not viewed by those who choose not to see it.

Reasons for Reporting as to Content
Illegal activity and behavior: content that depicts illegal or criminal acts

Fraud: content that contains misrepresentations about a business or its goods and services or impersonates another person or business

Nudity: sexually explicit or nude content or pornography

Violence: content that depicts violence or threat of violence

Underage content; sexually explicit content involving underage children

Prostitution - solicitation or advertising for illegal sexual activity or sex for hire

Counterfeit or illegal sale of goods or services - sale of merchandise or services that are counterfeit, not authentic or are fake goods

Privacy violations - violate or post content that violates a person's privacy rights

Illegal sale of good and services - sale of or promotion of illegal drugs or services

Intellectual Property - posting or infringing on intellectual property rights without authorization

Posting Spam and using bots on ZEKOND are not conducive or productive to discourse on our platform. It is not fair to our users, influencers and creators who have worked hard to create content and build a following. Our mute and block features are satisfactory to address the problem with SPAM. We also reserve the right at ZEKOND to remove the accounts of those engaging in this behavior.

Reasons for Reporting as to Account
SPAM: Fraudulent content, phishing, or content that is spam or a bot

Username Squatting or fake accounts - improper use of username/account to masquerade as someone else

Unauthorized or Impersonator Accounts - account impersonating another person or entity that is not a parody

Intellectual Property - Account name or entity infringes on intellectual property rights without authorization

Updated: 8.30.2022