Community Guidelines

Last updated: 20 January 2021

Clikk’s mission is to provide users with an easier, better and safer way to manage and manage sharing of their digital profiles and their digital social identities. When you become part of Clikk, you become part of a community of people from all over the world. Everyone in the Clikk community has an indirect responsibility for making other members feel welcome in our society.

For Clikk, safety, diversity and inclusion are something we value highly. We encourage everyone in our community to help us establish and maintain a Clikk community with these values. Clikk shall safeguard users’ identities online. Digital identity refers to the ways identity is created and perceived online. It includes unique descriptive data, as well as personal information and relationships we create with others. Our digital identity consists of representations of ourselves. For example, what friends you have, who follows you, what you choose to share, like and comment, account names, nicknames, avatars, photographs, and personal information associated with you. Ouractivity in digital arenas helps create our digital identity.

Clikk wants to raise awareness of what you share of yourself and raise awareness of what their digital identities look like to others in the community. What your digital identity looks like is your responsibility – you’re the curator of your own online profile. Clikk should be a tool to more easily give you the opportunity to have an overview and insight into your own digital identities and who has access to them.

Our Community Guidelines apply to everyone who is part of the Clikk community. We have zero tolerance for content that exploits or exposes children and other users. Much of our user security is the result of other social media human and machine-based moderation tools. We keep up to date with what other social media available in Clikk is doing and what they do to maintain the safety of their user. We also encourage our members to use the tools we offer in Clikk to report any content they believe violates our policies.

For us, it is important that social media actors implemented in Clikk have a solution that fits with Clikk’s user safety guidelines. This may, for example, be about the location, identification and removal of hate speech, images and content from their channels. Their efforts help us remove this type of content quickly and often before it reaches our general community in Clikk. Only quality-assured social media will be available in Clikk. We continuously update and improve our systems in our commitment to user security.

We will suspend or exclude accounts and/or entities involved in serious or repeated breaches; We will consider information available on other platforms and offline in these decisions. Once eligible, we report the accounts to the relevant legal authorities.

Thank you for being part of our vibrant global community and working with us to maintain a safe space for all users. If you come across content or accounts that you believe may violate the Community Guidelines, please let us know so that we can review and take appropriate action.