Community Guidelines

Effective Date: December 15, 2018
Daily Haloha is an online community where people can share thoughts and feelings, without identities. To keep our community safe, we enforce our Community Guidelines with a zero-tolerance policy. We actively moderate the App and ban users who violate these guidelines. We reserve the right to suspend accounts or remove User Posts for violating the guidelines or for any reason, but particularly to protect our users and community. Users will be able to flag User Posts that are inappropriate and multiple flags will trigger Daily Haloha to issue a warning and possibly suspend or terminate a user’s account with multiple flags.

The answers and messages created through User Posts are the Users’ sole creations and responsibility. We do not endorse or guarantee the completeness, truthfulness, accuracy, or reliability of any answers or messages posted by Users, nor do we endorse any opinions they express. Content relating to medical information is not intended to be medical advice or instructions for medical diagnosis or treatment and no physician-patient relationship is, or is intended to be, created by User Posts. Content relating to legal information is not intended to be legal advice or form an attorney-client relationship. User Posts are provided for informational purposes only, with no assurance that the User Posts are true, correct, or accurate. No action should be taken, delayed, or deferred based on User Posts.
  1. No Cyberbullying or Harassment. Bullying is not allowed on Daily Haloha. Do not defame, impersonate, threaten, verbally abuse, or use fear to silence another person. Do not share personal information about another person, including addresses or phone numbers. Hate speech targeted towards any group of people will be removed immediately from the App. This includes hateful speech on the basis of gender, sexuality, race, religion, and ethnicity. Do not post any User Posts that may create a risk or harm, loss, physical or mental injury to yourself, or to any other person.

  2. No Inappropriate or Offensive User Posts. Do not post User Posts that you would not feel comfortable releasing without anonymity. Do not post User Posts that are in any way harmful, obscene or otherwise objectionable (as determined by Daily Haloha in its sole discretion). For example, Daily Haloha will not allow posts that are gory or pornographic.

  3. No Illegal Behavior. Do not post User Posts that you do not have the rights to. Do not use Daily Haloha to engage in or promote illegal behavior such as selling controlled substances or solicitation. Do not make threats of violence, as we may share your IP address, location, and other information with law enforcement if we think you have made a threat to the safety of others. We can be required by law to disclose your information if we receive a subpoena, court order, or search warrant.  Additionally, do not attempt to interfere with or compromise the system integrity or decipher any transmission to or from the servers running the App, including but not limited to uploading invalid data, viruses, or other software agents; attempting to derive any source code or underlying algorithms of any part of App; or using any automated system such as robots, spiders, offline readers, etc.

  4. Respect Complete Anonymity. Do not attempt to discover the identity of another user or impersonate others. The App is built on the premise that users can answer questions completely anonymously. Any user that tries to solicit contact information or otherwise engage in contact outside the scope of the App will be warned and/or lose access to their account and the App. Similarly, do not publish or post other people’s private and confidential information, such as credit card numbers, street address, or Social Security/National Identity numbers.
  5. No commercial activities or Spam. Do not use Daily Haloha to promote or sell products or services or otherwise direct other Users to commercial entities. You may also not publish or link to malicious content intended to damage or disrupt another person’s browser or computer or to compromise a person’s privacy.
  6. No Multiple Account Abuse. Do not create multiple accounts with overlapping uses or in order to evade the temporary or permanent deactivation of a separate account.
  7. Self-Harm. You may encounter someone considering suicide or self-harm on Daily Haloha. When we receive reports that a person is threatening suicide or self-harm, we may take a number of steps to assist them, such as reaching out to that person, expressing our concern or providing resources such as contact information for our mental health partners.