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Supernova Community Standards

Policy on harassment and cyberbullying

Our top priority is the safety of our creators, viewers, and partners, and we rely on each of you to help us safeguard this vibrant community. It's critical that you understand our Community Standards and how they contribute to our shared responsibility of keeping Supernova safe. Please take the time to read the policy below carefully. You can also find a complete list of our rules on this page.

Supernova does not allow content that is threatening to individuals. We also don't allow content that insults someone for a long time or maliciously based on their intrinsic characteristics, such as their protected group status or physical characteristics.

Please report any content that you believe violates this policy. Here are the instructions for reporting violations of our Community Guidelines. You can report the account if you've found multiple violations.

If you receive specific threats and feel threatened, contact your local law enforcement agency immediately.

What does this mean to you?

If your content fits any of the descriptions below, don't post it on Supernova.

Exceptions to the rule

If the primary purpose of the content is educational, documentary, scientific, or artistic in nature, we may allow it. This does not give you permission to harass someone. Here are a few examples:

Note: We take a tougher stance on content that maliciously insults someone based on their protected group status, whether or not they are a high-profile figure.
Penalties such as monetary fines and other sanctions

We may remove content or impose other penalties in rare cases when a creator:

Here are some examples of prohibited content on Supernova: