Community guidelines

The purpose of HollywoodFlow (“HF”) is to help all members of the entertainment industry advance their careers and production projects. HF has created these community guidelines to help our members be more productive and successful.

These Community Guidelines cover the types of discussions and content that are acceptable on HF along with what HF may deem to be inappropriate and subject to action by HF. These community guidelines are intended to complement the list of Do’s and Don’ts outlined in the User Agreement.

Be Real Person.
You need to be real person with a real name and accurate information about yourself. It is not okay to provide misleading information about yourself, your qualifications or your work experience, affiliations or achievements.

You should behave professionally and not be dishonest or inappropriate. It is not okay to share graphic, obscene or pornographic images.

Respect and do no harm
Anyone (including terrorists) that engage in violent crimes are not welcome on HF. It is not okay to harass, abuse, or send unwelcome communications to people (such as junk mail, spam, chain letters, phishing schemes). Do not use HF:

  • To promote or threaten violence or property damage,
  • For hate speech acts like attacking people because of their race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, political or religious affiliations, or medical or physical condition.
  • To intentionally infect others with viruses, worms, or other software that can destroy or interrupt their data or computer devices.
  • To interfere or disrupt HF’s service.

Abide by the Law.

HF may not be used for illegal activities or to violate the rights of others or commit fraud. Make sure you have permission to share or use someone else’s copyrighted works, trademarks, private information, or trade secrets.

Respect HF

Do not use HF to wrongfully take data or information and do not suggest that you are affiliated with or endorsed by HF if  you are not. Do not violate HF’s intellectual property rights.