We want people to enjoy the benefits of being a member of the Rekit recommendations community and to feel safe when using the app. For that reason, we've developed a set of Community Standards. These standards will help you understand what type of sharing is allowed on Rekit, and what type of content may be reported to us and removed.
Rekit is designed to enable you to obtain and share recommendations with the Rekit community and to openly discuss your views and opinions. You therefore use your real name on Rekit (if not your name as it appears on official documents, your name as your friends genuinely know you). In order to get the best out of Rekit, and to have the most learning and fun, we encourage you to use the Ask, Tell, Note, Comment and other functions in whatever way best suits your interests. However, to respect the rights and safety of other users, there are certain things you may not do on Rekit.
You are not allowed to share anything on Rekit which encourages, causes, promotes or commends the inflicting of emotional, physical or other harm on anyone else, whether on individuals or groups. This harm could come from any of the following sources, but is not limited to them:
We will act promptly when informed about content that has been shared on Rekit that violates the terms outlined above. If you see something on Rekit that you believe violates these terms, please report it to us using the Report function
If we consider that the Community Standards have been breached, the action taken will depend on the severity of the violation and the offender's history on Rekit. At the least, the content in question will be removed, and we may also remind the offender about the Community Standards and warn them about the consequences of further violations. For egregious or further violations, we may restrict a person's ability to post on Rekit, disable their account for a period of time, or delete their account and ban them from Rekit.
Governments may ask us to remove content that violates local laws but does not violate our Community Standards. If after careful legal review we find that the content is illegal under local law, we may make it unavailable. In accordance with local law, we may also cooperate with law enforcement agencies when required to do so in investigation of a suspected crime or in prevention of a genuine risk of physical harm or threat to public safety.
Not all content that you may find disagreeable or disturbing will necessarily violate our Community Standards. However, that doesn’t mean you need to be exposed to it. Rekit offers you the ability to mute people if you don’t want to hear from them.