Last Updated: January 01, 2022
We may not agree with every view or opinion expressed on CrowdUltra, but we strongly believe in the fundamental right to free speech and assembly, along with the rest of the US Constitution. To help you understand what is acceptable on CrowdUltra and what crosses our line, we created this set of Community Guidelines:
1. Create Channels and Events of All Kinds
Whether you're interested in wine, email marketing, dance, coding, or nearly anything else-you're free to create Channels and Events that bring your community together.
2. Share Respectful, Celebratory Content
We highly encourage the use of content to express yourself and inspire our community with your unique perspective and insight.
3. Post Self-Generated or Properly Obtained Content
You are welcome to use content that you've created yourself, or procured appropriately, provided that it is not in violation of these Guidelines. This includes photos, videos, logos, and copy.
4. Sell Event-Related Merchandise
Feel free to sell Channel/Event-related merchandise or accommodations in tandem with your tickets and exclusive VIP events. Just make sure you are staying within legal rules associated with those items, and only sell merchandise that you've created or has been licensed or properly made available to you, and therefore your Crowd Member followers/attendees, for your advertised purpose.
5. Facilitate Safe Events
Be sure to implement appropriate measures to provide a safe and secure experience for your Crowd Member followers/attendees. Learn more in our Safety Playbook for Events
You may not use CrowdUltra to post content or engage in any conduct that we (in our sole evaluation) believe constitutes or is likely to encourage or promote any illegal activity or outcome. Below, you will find more information about the types of activities, events, and content that are not permitted on or through the Eventbrite Services.
1. Don't Promote Illegal or Inappropriate Activities
CrowdUltra may not be used to facilitate criminal activity of any kind. You may not use the CrowdUltra Services that constitute or promote any of the following, as determined by CrowdUltra:
• Illegal sexual activity under U.S. federal or state law,
• Terrorist activity or organized criminal activity.
2. Don't Post Harmful or Illegal Content
We expect you to respect the individuals, organizations, and groups that are a part of the CrowdUltra community. You may not distribute any written or other content through the CrowdUltra Services that:
• Impersonates any person or entity, including without limitation any governmental officials or public figure; falsely states or otherwise misrepresents your affiliation with any person or entity; or expresses or implies that CrowdUltra endorses any statement you make without express written approval to do so,
• Defames or libels any other person,
• Invades any person's privacy, or contains a person's likeness without their permission,
• Harasses, threatens or seeks to intimidate any person (also described above),
• Is protected by copyright, trademark or trade secret law, unless you have the express prior written consent of the owner of such right.
3. Don’t collect children’s data without parental consent
If you are hosting an occasion where children under the age of 16 may attend, our policy is that the parent or legal guardian must register the minor and/or purchase the ticket on their behalf. You may not use our tools or Services to collect data directly from children under the age of 16.
4. Don't Interfere with the CrowdUltra Services
To maintain the security and integrity of the CrowdUltra Services, you may not do any of the following:
• Interfere with or disrupt the operation of the CrowdUltra Services or the servers or networks used to make the Services available,
• Post, transmit through or release into the CrowdUltra Services a virus, worm, Trojan Horse, time bomb, spyware, rootkit, cancelbot, or other computer code, file, or program that is harmful or is intended to damage or hijack the operation of, or to monitor the use of, any hardware, software or equipment,
• Access, or program any technology to access the Services through any robot or "bot," crawling or scraping technology, or other extraction technology (for any purpose), or
• Attempt to gain unauthorized access to the Services, other accounts, computer systems or networks connected to the Services, through password mining or any other means.
5. Don't Infringe on the Intellectual Property Rights of Others
You may not upload or distribute content on CrowdUltra that you do not have a right to transmit under any law or under contractual or fiduciary relationships (such as inside information, or proprietary and confidential information learned or disclosed as part of employment relationships or under nondisclosure agreements). This includes, but is not limited to, all images, logos, videos, and text uploaded on our services. Additionally, you may not do the following on the CrowdUltra Services:
• Remove any copyright, trademark or other proprietary rights notice from the Services or any material displayed by the Services, or
• Reproduce, duplicate, copy, sell, resell or otherwise exploit for any commercial purposes, any portion or aspect of the Services.
If you have identified an unauthorized use of your intellectual property on CrowdUltra, please follow the process in our Copyright and Trademark Policy.
To summarize: Users may not post creations that infringe on others’ intellectual property rights.
• You can’t create fake pages or collect money for things you’re not actually doing. For example, you cannot create a fan page for someone else.
• You cannot pretend to be or impersonate someone else by using the name, brand or works of another to deceive usersr. We will review satire and comedy in a different way as we believe these subgenres are original creations.
• You also can’t use CrowdUltra as a prank or to fund non-activity. For example, a Host cannot collect funds for *not doing* something, such as, “I will stop tweeting videos of playing the harmonica badly if I reach $200 per month.”
7. Don't Invade the Privacy of Others
Be thoughtful and careful about the kind of information you ask for. You may not use CrowdUltra to collect credit card numbers, social security numbers, financial information, or other sensitive information not absolutely necessary, and not available for collection through alternative methods.
How to Flag and Process for Review
Our goal is to promote a safe and respectful community. If you learn of any listing or content that may violate these Community Guidelines or our Terms of Service, please contact us right away, or in the case of an event, use the Report This Event link in the event's footer. We will review each report, and depending on the nature of the report, we may or may not follow up with you. It's also important to remember that CrowdUltra encourages a diverse, global community; content that you find offensive or controversial may not violate our Community Guidelines, and not result in your desired action. We truly value your feedback and the opportunity to hear from our community.
Violations of our Community Guidelines
If we determine that the content violates our Community Guidelines, we may remove or take down only the relevant content, we may take down everything in entirety, or take alternative action that CrowdUltra determines to be appropriate given the circumstances surrounding the content. If the abuse of our Services is serious and severe (in our sole evaluation), we may also suspend or terminate the associated CrowdUltra account.
If we believe there is a legitimate risk of physical harm to someone or a group of people, or direct threats to public safety, we not only take action on our site, but will also work with law enforcement, as appropriate and at our discretion. This includes issuing reports of child sexual abuse material to authorities such as the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. If you or someone you know is in immediate danger as a result of content posted on CrowdUltra, please first contact your local law enforcement agency. Once you've reported the issue to law enforcement, click here to report the issue directly to CrowdUltra.