Tildebot Report Guidelines
These are the general rules & guidelines for submitting a report to Tildebot.
Last updated: 10/10/2023
Harassment and targeted (cyber)bullying
This includes any behavior intended to make another user feel uncomfortable or unsafe. This could include name-calling, threats, or unwanted sexual advances. Action is only taken in serious cases.
Hate speech towards targeted groups
This includes any language that promotes violence or hatred against a person or group of people based on their race, religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or other protected characteristic.
Scamming, hacking, and “Doxxing”.
This includes any attempt to trick users into giving up their personal information or money. Hacking in any form is able to be reported to Tildebot unless it is “Ethical” hacking. Doxxing is additionally included.
This includes any behavior deemed dangerous to the community and items that break laws in the European Union or the USA. Violating these rules will:
- Immediately and irrevocably ban the user who did the offense from the Tildebot Network. Appeals will not be accepted for these offenses. The user will additionally be banned from all Tildebot support servers and from using Tildebot.
More offences required
These offenses are eligible but require a very large amount of offenses/reports for any Tildebot Action. Most likely, reports with these reasons will be declined unless deemed more serious.
- Trolling and annoying
- Non-racial slurs
- Spamming and flooding
These offenses are ineligible and will be declined for Tildebot action.
- Swearing, without targeting any specific person or group
- Making off-topic or irrelevant comments
- Asking repetitive or annoying questions
- Using excessive emojis or other formatting.