We want to ensure that people’s experience on Pavictor is safe, secure, and informative. Our services are designed to work together, making it easier for you to move from one activity to the next.
Our open and real-time environment is a powerful antidote to the intentional spread of false information, we’re also taking proactive steps to stop abuse, spam, and manipulation before they happen.
The fight against malicious activity and abuse goes beyond any single election or event – it’s ongoing. Enhancing our safety policies, developing better tools and resources for finding and stopping abuse, and taking extensive action against activity that violates the Pavictor Rules is just some of what we do every day.
We work alongside researchers, experts and regulators around the world, all while investing in our proactive detection and enforcement efforts on the platform. We also stay in touch with national parties and state election officials to be sure they know how to report suspicious activity, abuse, and rule violations to us.
Key election stakeholders also have channels to directly escalate any issues or concerns. Our time can delete your post or even delete your account permanently if you violate our terms.
Many of our services allow you to interact with others. We want to maintain a respectful environment for everyone, which means you must follow these basic rules of conduct:
Comply with applicable laws, including export control, sanctions, and human trafficking laws respect the rights of others, including privacy and intellectual property rights
Don’t abuse or harm others or yourself (or threaten or encourage such abuse or harm) — for example, by misleading, defrauding, defaming, bullying, harassing, or stalking others.
Our service-specific additional terms and policies provide additional details about appropriate conduct that everyone using those services must follow. If you find that others aren’t following these rules, many of our services allow you to report abuse.
If we act on a report of abuse, we also provide a fair process as described in the Taking action in case of problems section.
Some of our services are designed to let you upload, submit, store, send, receive, or share your content. You have no obligation to provide any content to our services and you’re free to choose the content that you want to provide. If you choose to upload or share content, please make sure you have the necessary rights to do so and that the content is lawful.