In a world where many of us feel further and further apart, Airtime is about being together and sharing real moments with real people. Our goal in creating these guidelines is to accommodate the broadest range of self expression while balancing the need for everyone to be able to use our service safely and enjoyably.
Be thoughtful about what you share and whom you share it with.
Keep it legal. Don’t use Airtime for any illegal shenanigans.
What not to share on Airtime:
Pornography and nudity
- Do not distribute sexually explicit content or promote sexually explicit content found outside of Airtime.
- Sexually explicit content includes solicitation of sexual material, any sexual content involving minors, threats to share intimate images, and offers of sexual services. Offers of sexual services include prostitution, escort services, sexual massages, and filmed sexual activity.
- Not all nudity is taboo. Breast feeding and other images in a wholly non-sexual context are permissible.
Nudity or sexually suggestive content involving minors (people under the age of 18)
- Never post, send or broadcast any nude or sexual content involving people under the age of 18—even if it’s a picture or video of yourself.
- Airtime has a zero-tolerance policy for sexual content involving minors. Uploading, commenting, or engaging in any type of activity that sexualizes minors will immediately result in an account suspension.
- In cases where posted content contains child sexual abuse imagery or the exploitation of minors, our team will report it to NCMEC, who in turn works with global law enforcement agencies.
Solicitation of rule-breaking
- Any solicitation of a member to provide sexual material, engage in sexual behavior, or otherwise engage in behavior that violates the guidelines herein, is prohibited.
Invasions of privacy
- Do not post or solicit others’ personal information, including but not limited to home address, email, or phone number. We also strongly recommend that you protect your own personal information.
- Do not film or take photos of people without their knowledge and consent.
- Take extra care not to violate people’s privacy in private spaces, like someone’s home, a bathroom, dressing room, or locker room.
Threats or hate speech
- Never threaten to harm a person, defined group of people, or their property.
- Intimidating people is not okay.
- Do not post content that contains hate speech.
- Do not attack or encourage an attack on someone based on their race, ethnicity, nationality, gender, gender identity, sex, sexual orientation, disability or disease.
- People who threaten others or may receive a strike on their account and their account may be terminated.
Harassment or bullying
- This one is simple: Do not make other people feel bad on purpose.
- Do not repeatedly target other people with unwanted room invites, friend requests or messages.
- If someone blocks you, it’s not okay to contact them from another account.
- Don’t pretend to be someone you’re not—including celebrities, brands, or other organizations.
- Content that promotes terrorism is prohibited.
Extreme violence or gore
- Do not post content containing depictions of extreme violence or gore.
- The promotion of self-injury or suicide is not permitted on Airtime. This includes the glorification of self-harm and eating disorders. Sharing information about these topics without promoting or glorifying them is OK.
- If someone you know is in immediate physical danger, call 911 or local law enforcement for help. If the threat is not immediate, you can help your friend by encouraging them to call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 or The Trevor Project, a hotline for LGBTQ youth, at 1-866-488-7386.
If you violate these rules, we may remove content, disable your account, and work with law enforcement when we believe there is a genuine risk of physical harm or direct threats to public safety.
Please take these rules seriously and honor them in the spirit in which they are intended. The rules will change and evolve along with the Airtime user community. We will do our best to enforce them consistently and fairly, and ultimately we’ll try to do what we think is best in each situation, at our own discretion.