Things we encourage.
Make all Airtimers feel welcome.
- When someone comes into a room, say hello. When a host goes live, throw a reaction or say something encouraging in the chat. Welcome people like you would in a real-life community.
- Check in with people in your rooms to make sure everyone is feeling good. If someone doesn’t know what’s going on, lend a helping hand and explain it to them. We’re all part of the Airfam here.
- Treat Airtimers like they’re part of your community. Because they are! Be respectful, be compassionate, be welcoming.
Create rooms around things you really care about.
- You have passions. Let them fuel your Airtime rooms. You’ll attract people who share that passion. And that’s what Airtime’s for!
- People want to rally around something that they love. So when you’re creating a room, pick something that you love to be the topic. That’s how you’ll create the most vibrant, engaged communities.
Participate and engage.
- Chime in, speak up, show some love. We give you the tools, like emojis and reactions. Use them! Airtime communities thrive when people participate in real time.
- We encourage you to show up and be present. How you do that is up to you. Whether it’s video, audio, or chat, we want you to be an active participant on Airtime. Try raising your hand! Request to go live on stage and experience the thrill of coming alive with other people in your room.
- In rooms, your energy goes a long way. Give off good vibes with good intentions.
Speak up for yourself and others.
- If you see something that goes against our principles, guidelines, or values, speak up, regardless of whether it affects you directly or indirectly.
- If something doesn’t feel right to you, do something about it! Report bad behavior or bad actors, and get in touch with support if something is making you feel uncomfortable. For a full list of our moderation tools and how to use them, click here.
Things we don’t permit.
Don’t harass or bully anyone.
- Airtime is not a place for harassment or bullying. Individuals, communities, or organizations that engage in harassment or bullying behavior are not permitted to use our services.
- Do not post content with the intention of intimidating, harassing, bullying, humiliating, or degrading another person or group of people.
- Do not repeatedly target other people with unwanted room invites, friend requests, or messages.
- If someone blocks you, it is not OK to contact them from another account.
Don’t use or promote hate speech.
- Airtime is not a place to support or praise terrorism, organized crime, or hate groups.
- Do not attack or encourage an attack on someone based on their race, ethnicity, nationality, religion or religious background, gender, gender identity, sex, sexual orientation, disability, disease, or any other identifying attribute.
- Do not post imagery or symbols that represent hate or discrimination of specific groups or communities. Examples may include but are not limited to imagery of white supremacy, i.e., Nazi symbolism, Ku Klux Klan paraphernalia, the Confederate flag, etc.
Don’t share or solicit sexually explicit content.
- Do not create, distribute, promote, or solicit sexually explicit content or pornographic material.
- Do not offer or solicit sexual services on Airtime. Sexual services include prostitution, escort services, sexual massages, and filmed sexual activity.
- Not all nudity is sexually explicit. Breastfeeding, body-positive content, and other depictions of nudity in a wholly non-sexual context are permissible on Airtime.
Don’t harm or abuse anyone, including minors.
- Airtime is deeply committed to the safety of our members, including members under the age of 18. As such, we have zero tolerance for child abuse, including the posting, sharing, sending, or broadcasting of sexually explicit content that involves anyone under the age of 18, whether it be a video, image, photo, illustration, animation, or text. This includes posting sexually explicit content of yourself if you are under the age of 18.
- We also have zero tolerance for predatory or grooming behavior that solicits sexual behavior or acts from minors.
- Airtime will immediately report any child sexual exploitation or abuse material to relevant authorities, including the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC).
- If you or someone you know has experienced or is experiencing harm, please call 911 or local law enforcement for help. If the threat is not immediate, we encourage you to reach out to the resource below:
- US and Canada: text 741741
- UK: text 85258
- Crisis Textline: https://www.crisistextline.org/
Don’t promote violence or threats of harm.
- Content that threatens or promotes terrorism or violent extremism is prohibited.
- Airtime has a Zero-Tolerance Policy when it comes to threatening to share sexual or intimate images of others.
- Do not post content containing depictions of extreme violence or excessive gore, including depictions of animal abuse.
Don’t promote or glorify self-injury or self-harm.
- The promotion or threat of self-injury or suicide is not permitted on Airtime. This includes the glorification of self-harm and eating disorders.
- Sharing resources regarding these topics without promoting or glorifying them is OK.
- If you or someone you know is in immediate physical danger, please call 911 or local law enforcement for help. If the threat is not immediate, we encourage you to reach out to one of the counseling resources listed under Safety Resources. Please know that they are available and want to help!
Don’t violate others’ privacy.
- Do not post or solicit others’ personal information, including but not limited to home addresses, email addresses, or phone numbers. We also strongly recommend that you protect your own personal information.
- Do not film or share images of people without their knowledge and consent.
- Take extra care not to violate people’s privacy in private spaces, like someone’s home, bathrooms, dressing rooms, or locker rooms.
Don’t spread false information.
- Do not post content that is deliberately being used to spread false information that may cause harm to an individual or group. This may include content that denies the existence of tragic events or is deliberately used to spread misinformation for manipulative purposes.
- Do not create content that is intended for spamming.
- Accounts that are created with the intent to disrupt other members’ experiences on Airtime, such as bot accounts or accounts used to distribute spam, are prohibited.
- Do not create accounts with the intention to attack our service in any way, including but not limited to attempting to circumvent rate limits, attempting to attack any APIs, or attempting to script our service, either manually or automatically.
Don’t do anything illegal.
- Content that displays the use of drugs or drug paraphernalia is strictly prohibited.
- Alcohol use, vaping, and/or smoking are not permitted for underage members.
- Do not use Airtime for conducting illegal activity, including but not limited to buying or selling illegal goods.
Don’t use Airtime if you are under 13.
One of the best parts of the Airtime community is everyone’s role in making it a joyful place. We all work together, creating and caring for the spaces we love. To ensure Airtime stays this way, please respect these Dos and Don’ts while using Airtime and do your part to build a safe and welcoming community for all members.
These Guidelines will change and evolve, along with changes to our product and the community. We will do our best to enforce them consistently and fairly, but it is your responsibility to keep up-to-date with the Guidelines. All actions taken on infringing accounts will be at the discretion of Airtime. To read more about our Zero-Tolerance Policy, click here.