How not to use Panels:

  • Spam. Panels is for real people sharing real things. Don’t use Panels to post spam.
  • Private Information. Don’t post private information about yourself or anybody else. Some examples of private information are Social Security Numbers, financial account numbers, or contact information people have not clearly chosen to make public.
  • Impersonation. While you’re not required to use your own identity on Panels, you may not use your account to impersonate another person or brand.
  • Promotion of Self-Harm. You may not post content that shows or promotes self-harm in any form. The wellbeing of everyone on Beme is important to us. If you’re struggling with a self-harm issue, please know that there are plenty of resources and agencies that can offer help. Our friends at Tumblr maintain a good list of extensive resources you can contact for help.
  • Illegal Activity. Don’t share video or photos of illegal activity on Panels. Also, don’t use Panels to engage in or promote illegal activity, either.
  • Nudity or Sexually Explicit Content. We want our community to be a comfortable place for everyone. Content of this nature is not allowed.
  • Invasive Recording. Please use common sense when shooting video and photos. Don’t hide that you’re recording and always show respect for others.
  • Hateful Speech. We don’t allow hateful speech that would make Panels a particularly unwelcoming place to others. In short, don’t be a jerk.
  • Harassment, Stalking, or Threats. We don’t allow any form of harassment, stalking, or threatening behavior on Beme or in person. We will ban the account of anyone who engages in such activity.

Violating any of these rules may result in the removal of your content, suspension of your account, or you may be banned from using Panels entirely. These rules will evolve over time, and we’ll do our best to enforce them consistently and fairly.

You can let us know about violations of this Community Policy using the Report options in the Panels app or at support@beme.com.

Thanks for being a part of Panels!

Last Updated: August 25, 2017