Meet Community Guidelines

At Meet, our mission is to provide the best shared social experience created by our growing community where creators and communities can interact safely. To achieve this goal, we ask that all users participate in such a way that promotes a friendly, positive experience for our global community. Meet is explicitly intended to be used by individuals 18 years of age or older. To report a user under the age of 18, please email with the subject line, “Underage User.”

Meet also recommends parents and guardians talk to their teenagers about general internet safety when using any type of social networking service. You can use these internet safety tips to start the conversation

In addition to our Terms of Service we provide the following guidelines for our community. These guidelines fall under a common sense philosophy and apply to all user generated content and activity on our services. This is considered a living document that we regularly update based on the evolution of the Meet community and service. Additional guidelines or specific exceptions may be applicable for certain services or properties under the Meet Service. At present, please refer to this page for such details: Curse Website Links and Resources

To protect the integrity of our community, as the provider of the service, we at Meet reserve the right to suspend any account at any time for any conduct that we determine to be inappropriate or harmful. Such actions may include: removal of content, a strike on the account, and/or suspension of account(s).

Breaking the Law

You must respect all applicable local, national, and international laws while using our services. Any content or activity featuring, encouraging, offering, or soliciting illegal activity is prohibited.

Suspension Evasion

All suspensions are binding until expiration or removal upon appeal. Any attempt to circumvent an account suspension or chat ban by using other accounts, identities, personalities, or presence on another user’s account will also result in suspension. Suspension evasion will not only increase the length of suspension, but may lead to an indefinite suspension.

Self-Destructive Behavior

Any activity that may endanger your life or lead to your physical harm is prohibited. This includes, but is not limited to: suicide threats, intentional physical trauma, illegal use of drugs, illegal or dangerous consumption of alcohol, and dangerous or distracted driving.

Violence and Threats

Acts and threats of violence will be taken seriously and are considered zero-tolerance violations and all accounts associated with such activities will be indefinitely suspended. This includes, but is not limited to:

  • Attempts or threats to physically harm or kill others
  • Attempts or threats to hack, DDOS, or SWAT others
  • Use of weapons to physically threaten, intimidate, harm, or kill others

Hateful Conduct and Harassment

Hateful conduct is any content or activity that promotes, encourages, or facilitates discrimination, denigration, objectification, harassment, or violence based on race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, disability, medical condition, physical characteristics, or veteran status, and is prohibited. Any hateful conduct is considered a zero-tolerance violation and all accounts associated with such conduct will be indefinitely suspended.

Harassment is any content or activity that attempts to intimidate, degrade, abuse, or bully others, or creates a hostile environment for others, and is prohibited. Depending on the severity of the offense, your account may be indefinitely suspended on the first violation.

We prohibit using Meet to facilitate hateful conduct or harassment, whether the targets are on or off Meet. Individuals, communities or organizations that do so are not allowed to use our services. We may take action against users for hateful conduct or harassment that occurs off Meet services that is directed at Meet users.

Learn more about our hateful conduct and harassment policies and enforcement.

Unauthorized Sharing of Private Information

Do not invade the privacy of others. It is prohibited to share content that may reveal private personal information about individuals, or their private property, without permission. This includes but is not limited to:

  • Sharing personally identifiable information (such as real name, location, or ID)
  • Sharing restricted or protected social profiles or any information from those profiles
  • Sharing content that violates another’s reasonable expectation of privacy, for example streaming from a private space, without permission


Content or activity meant to impersonate an individual or organization is prohibited. Any attempts to misrepresent yourself as a member of Meet’s representatives is a zero-tolerance violation and will result in indefinite suspension.

Spam, Scams, and Other Malicious Conduct

Any content or activity that disrupts, interrupts, harms, or otherwise violates the integrity of Meet services or another user’s experience or devices is prohibited. Such activity includes:

  • Posting large amounts of repetitive, unwanted messages or user reports
  • Distributing unauthorized advertisements
  • Phishing
  • Defrauding others
  • Spreading malware or viruses
  • Misinformation (such as feigning distress, posting misleading metadata, or intentional Posting of miscategorization of Information or professional Niche)
  • Tampering (such as artificially inflating follow or stats)
  • Selling or sharing user accounts
  • Reselling Meet services or features

Nudity, Pornography, and Other Sexual Content

Nudity and sexually explicit content or activities, such as pornography, sexual acts or intercourse, and sexual services, are prohibited.

Content or activities that threaten or promote sexual violence or exploitation are strictly prohibited and may be reported to law enforcement. Child exploitation will be reported to authorities via the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children.

Sexually suggestive content or activities are also prohibited, although they may be allowed in educational contexts or for pre-approved licensed content, in each case subject to additional restrictions.

Learn More about our sexual content policies and enforcement.

Extreme Violence, Gore, and Other Obscene Conduct

Content that exclusively focuses on extreme or gratuitous gore and violence is prohibited.

Intellectual Property Rights

You should only share content on Meet that you own, or that you are otherwise authorized to share on Meet. If you share content on Meet that you do not own or otherwise do not have the rights to share on Meet, you may be infringing another person’s intellectual property rights. This includes any third party content included in your content, derivative creations, or performances of others’ copyrighted content. We encourage you to assess your content for adherence to applicable intellectual property laws and the proper application of principles such as fair use, and to secure all appropriate rights needed, before sharing your content on Meet.

Any unauthorized content you share on Meet may be subject to a takedown by the rights holder(s) to remove the infringing content from Meet, and is a violation of our Terms of Service and Community Guidelines. Multiple violations of our policies may lead to a permanent suspension of your account.

Examples of content you cannot share on Meet without permission from the copyright owners or other authorization include:

  • Sharing other Meet creators’ content
  • Sharing pirated content or on unauthorized private servers
  • Sharing content from other sites that isn’t authorized
  • Showing movies, television shows, or sports matches
  • Playing music you do not own or do not have the rights to share

Learn More about our policies regarding music content on Twitch.

Content Labeling

You are expected to accurately label your content and Professional Niche to the best of your ability. When choosing a category or tag, please choose whichever best describes your content. Deliberate or extensive misuse of titles, tags, professional Niches, categories, or other metadata are prohibited.

Only Post The Niche Professional Services You Speacialize In

Any activity, such as cheating or falsely advertising video chat services you do not specialize in will call for a suspension of your user services. This also includes exploiting another user’s post or video calls in order to harass them. Stalking, posting false information and soliciting on Meet are strictly prohibited.

Unless given prior approval, your PAGE may be subject to DMCA takedown by a rights holder. Rights holders should report violations in accordance with our DMCA Guidelines. We ask that users refrain from reporting possible violations via the user report tool.

Reporting inappropriate content: 

If you come across inappropriate or offensive content that violates Meet’s Community Guidelines, please send a screenshot of such content to with the subject line, “Inappropriate Content.”

You can also directly report inappropriate, offensive, and harmful content from inside the app using the Report function. Reporting content with this mechanism will flag it for our human moderators.

What Meet is doing to protect its community:

Meet has developed multiple safety features and transparency features to protect its users both through inappropriate post as well as in the ability to block users in and before Direct face to face meet’s. Users found to be in violation of the app’s Community Guidelines are subject to immediate suspension or ban from the app. To further ensure Meet is a safe community for all of our users, we also actively work in conjunction with law enforcement and other municipalities to assist in criminal and safety related investigations to the fullest extent of the law, without violating user privacy.

Beyond our in-app safety measure, Meet actively works with others in the social media industry to further develop and adhere to best industry practices so that we can further prevent safety issues from occurring on the platform.

Meet is committed to user safety, and continues to develop more proactive user tools and resources to facilitate the combat of problems as they arise.

Have a suggestion for something else we can do to improve safety? Please let us know. Email with the subject, “Safety Suggestion.”

Have a suggestion for something else we can do? Please let us know. Email with the subject, “Safety Suggestion.”

Additional resources:

In a moment of crisis? Want to text with a trained Crisis Counselor confidentially and for free? Text SHINE to 741741 or contact the Crisis Text Line to connect its users with a nation-wide, US resource for all types of crisis. This resource also appears inside the app when at-risk users are identified.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255
The Trevor Project
National Bullying Prevention Center
Online Safety Resources for Teens