Every day, people use Enkling to share their experiences, connect with friends and family, and build communities. It's a service for more than two billion people to freely express themselves across countries and cultures and in dozens of languages.
Enkling recognises how important it is for Enkling to be a place where people feel empowered to communicate, and we take our role seriously in keeping abuse off the service. That's why we developed standards for what is and isn't allowed on Enkling.
These standards are based on feedback from people and the advice of experts in fields such as technology, public safety and human rights. To ensure that everyone's voice is valued, we take great care to create standards that include different views and beliefs, especially from people and communities that might otherwise be overlooked or marginalised.
Please note that the UK English version of the Community Standards reflects the most up-to-date set of the policies and should be used as the primary document.