Be respectful of the people and communities on WNR.AI. People are different. That’s what’s beautiful about the internet and creativity: communities of varying types can assemble and flourish. We want WNR.AI to be an intimate and safe venue for a diverse range of creators and their communities.
How these guidelines are enforced
Please understand that WNR.AI is a diverse community and, while you may not necessarily agree with someone's point of view, it may not be a violation of our Community Guidelines. That said, when you see a template on WNR.AI that you feel violates our community guidelines, please report it by emailing [email protected]. A member of the Trust & Safety team will review the report, and if our Community Guidelines have been violated, the case manager will contact the creator to inform them that they are outside these guidelines. This is a commitment to creators. We know that this is your livelihood. We invest heavily in making these decisions as fair and transparent as possible. We always want creators to feel like they have an open line of communication. Therefore, our first approach is to educate creators to help them understand how a rule has been broken and how to remedy the issue. In cases where the violation is particularly egregious or intentional, we may take further action, such as suspending or removing their account. In the most extreme cases, we may ban a creator from using WNR.AI.
Because you are earning funds on WNR.AI, we may be held accountable for what you do with those funds, so we may also look at what you do with your membership off our platform. As a result, when we talk about “On WNR.AI,” it means the creations you are funding on and through WNR.AI. When reviewing a template, we look at how creations are shared, where the template is linked to, and where the traffic comes from. No matter what happens, we always give creators the opportunity to appeal a decision by contacting us and sending any relevant information they believe was not considered. We may not change our minds, but we will always listen.
Be safe, be respectful, create templates
These Community Guidelines exist to shape and guide WNR.AI and the growing number of creators and communities using it. This is not about building an arbitrary framework of “right” or “wrong.” It’s about making WNR.AI a place where diverse creators and their communities feel excited, supported, and happy to exist, while still allowing for different—and sometimes even conflicting—points of view. These guidelines summarize a thorough, thoughtful, and living internal policy that we spent time thinking about and defining with guidance from community and safety experts. We're proud of these guidelines because we believe they will help creators build a safe and supportive environment in which they can continue to create, share, and build intimate and lasting relationships with their users.
Violent and Graphic Content
WNR.AI strives to create a safe environment for all our users. WNR.AI will not allow content that promotes violence that is graphic, gratuitous, sadistic, or glorifies real-world suffering. Additionally, content that depicts violent or graphic imagery, such as animal abuse, decapitation, gore, and violent death, is not permitted. However, we allow limited exceptions for this type of content when it includes documentary, educational, scientific, or newsworthy elements. Fictional or dramatized content containing violent and graphic elements is permissible on the platform as long as the creator provides enough context to understand that the content is dramatized or fictional.
Furthermore, content involving competitive or religious activities such as hunting, the slaughter of animals as part of practicing an organized religion/faith, and professional combat sports like boxing and mixed martial arts is allowed. Please note that this list of exceptions is not exhaustive. If you have a question as to whether your content would be allowed under this criteria, please contact the WNR.AI team at [email protected].
Bullying, Harassment, and Threats
WNR.AI does not permit bullying or harassment to ensure a safe environment for our various communities. At the same time, we want people to be able to express themselves, be critical, and discuss controversial issues. We recognize that discussing templates, creators, or other public figures can sometimes involve harsh criticism, which we believe is an appropriate part of free debate. However, we draw the line when it comes to harassing private figures or taking any action that might impact others' physical safety, regardless of whether those individuals are private or public figures. While we want users to express themselves, we also want all users to have the right to express their opinions without feeling intimidated. Even the most challenging conversations should be conducted respectfully. The following behaviors are defined for this purpose:
Bullying and Harassment:Users cannot attempt to intimidate anyone, either directly or by using their influence over others. We treat real-life interactions more seriously than online interactions when analyzing whether a line has been crossed because it could lead to more threatening situations and eventually physical violence. When both sides engage in similar behavior, such as feuds between public figures, we are less likely to take action.
Threats:Users on WNR.AI should express their opinions in a manner that does not threaten others. We take threats of violence very seriously. Any creator or user threatening the well-being of an individual or group of people will be removed. This includes threatening behavior such as stalking or inciting others to commit violent acts. If you are a victim of this behavior and feel that your personal safety is at risk, we suggest you contact your local law enforcement, in addition to reporting the behavior to us.
To summarize: WNR.AI connects creators and users from all over the world through a platform that offers both free and premium templates. We aim to promote creativity and inclusivity, which means there is no room on WNR.AI for templates or content promoting hate speech, such as calling for violence, exclusion, or segregation. This includes serious attacks on people based on their race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, serious medical conditions, caste, or immigration status.
When reviewing a template or content for a potential hate speech violation, we consider some of the following questions:
- Is there a call for violence against someone based on a characteristic like those listed above?
- Does the creator use dehumanizing language when talking about people based on one of the above characteristics?
- Is the creator using racial slurs or negative depictions of someone based on a characteristic like those listed above?
- Does the creator mock or deny the experience of victims of hate crimes such as the Holocaust?
- Is the creator targeting people based on their immigration status in a discriminatory way or simply discussing immigration policy statements legitimate criticism of a state, institution, or belief, or does the context make it clear that the user is using code words or proxies to attack people based on the above characteristics?
This list is not exhaustive, but we want to be transparent about how we work in the gray areas between speech and action. There can be a fine line between political comments and hate speech. If you come across what you believe to be hate speech on WNR.AI, please take the time to report it.
To summarize: We take a strong stance against doxing, which is sharing an individual's private information or aggregating their public information for the purpose of intimidating them through harassment.
We take this strong stance against doxing because it is used to silence or intimidate people with different viewpoints on the internet. It can cause extensive emotional trauma, and can put the victim's physical safety at risk. The most classic form of doxing is when an individual's private personal information is shared. This could be information such as a phone number or home address. The definition of private personal information can vary and may mean that it is simply very difficult to find. We also consider it to be doxing when an individual's non-private information is aggregated. For example, we would consider it doxing if someone's profile picture was combined with their real name, all of their known social media accounts, and the city they lived in. No matter the specific information shared, we also evaluate the context around why it was shared. If it looks like this information is being shared for the purpose of making it easier for a large group to harass that individual, we are likely to consider it doxing. When doxing takes place, we lose the ability to have conversations. Doxing isn't speech countering speech; it is speech shutting down others' ability to speak. It removes our ability to discuss ideas, grow as individuals, and have a safe space for disagreement.
People who can't use WNR.AI
To summarize: Because WNR.AI empowers people financially through providing a platform for creators to get paid for premium templates, we restrict both the types of templates and content that can be funded on WNR.AI, and also which people can and cannot receive funds through WNR.AI. After creating a WNR.AI profile, any creator caught in the act or convicted of making credible violent threats, committing violent crimes, malicious doxing, coordinating nonviolent harm (such as fraud, money laundering, and gambling), or encouraging others to do any of these activities may be banned from using WNR.AI.
Criminal or harmful past: Individuals who have fulfilled the terms of their sentence for past offenses may share their works on WNR.AI. Any creator observed committing, or convicted of, making credible violent threats or acts, child abuse, malicious doxing, coordinating nonviolent harm (such as fraud, money laundering, and gambling), or encouraging others to do any of these activities, may be banned from using WNR.AI.
Violent, criminal, and hateful organizations: People or projects affiliated with dangerous, hateful, or violent groups, espousing their related ideologies and conspiracy theories, or using their codewords and slogans may be restricted from using WNR.AI. Members of those groups and people who praise or support the actions of those groups may also be restricted. The groups include (but aren't limited to) terrorist organizations; organized criminal groups such as drug cartels or criminal hackers; and hate organizations such as fascist, white supremacist and white nationalist groups, anti-Muslim and anti-Semitic organizations, as well as any group dedicated to attacking LGBTQI+ people. Creators may discuss these groups in their content for educational, reporting, or debunking purposes. However, actively supporting or praising these groups or their members through content shared or funded through WNR.AI may result in account removal. We understand people's thoughts and affiliations can change over time. We'll always listen when an individual leaves a dangerous or hateful organization and wants to fund a guidelines-abiding creative project through WNR.AI. We'll consider renouncements of past actions and affiliations on a case-by-case basis. Under consideration will be the time past since an individual's renouncement, whether they've renounced both the group and its ideology, and, lastly, what they plan to fund on WNR.AI. If you have questions about a group's suitability for WNR.AI, please reach out to WNR.AI's Trust & Safety team at [email protected].
Harmful and Illegal Activities
To summarize: We do not allow funds to be collected for anything that facilitates harmful or illegal activities on WNR.AI. You cannot create templates that advocate, threaten, or show you causing harm to yourself, other people, or animals. In the same way, you cannot promote illegal activities such as property crime, distribution of illegal weapons, or drug manufacturing.
Self-harm: We do not allow any template that promotes or glorifies self-harm, such as templates that encourage self-injury, suicide, or an eating disorder. Examples include templates that glorify self-scarification or a pro-anorexia campaign. If we believe there's a credible risk the creator will harm themselves, we will work with law enforcement when needed. However, we allow templates that promote awareness, such as selfarm survival stories, especially if they have educational value. If you or someone close to you might be in danger of hurting themselves, please contact local authorities or seek help: http://www.suicide.org/suicide-hotlines.html
Illegal activity: We do not allow templates that collect money for an illegal purpose, or that encourage others to break the law. Creators may not promote illegal weapons, drug manufacturing techniques or distribution, or property crime. With that said, we review each case individually. For example, although we do not allow templates that help organize or encourage vandalism, we do allow street art.
Dangerous activities: We ask creators who are posting dangerous stunts to include a clear disclaimer. We also require that these types of templates be marked as "Premium" if they are too graphic or dangerous for a general audience.
Teen safety: WNR.AI has zero tolerance for behaviors that exploit minors, such as grooming. Users actively facilitating exploitation or attempting to exploit minors in this way will be removed from WNR.AI. We will report all users engaging in such activity to legal authorities upon removal.
Disinformation: WNR.AI will not help fund templates that engage in medical misinformation related to Covid-19, and disinformation related to propagating QAnon or Pizzagate conspiracy theories.
To summarize: While it can be hard to grow a user base, no one likes being spammed. Be creative and original, don't post repetitive comments or send unwanted private messages to other members of the community.
These are some of the actions we consider to be spamming, which is prohibited on WNR.AI:
- Don't create pledging schemes; don't contact other creators to have a payment-for-a-payment kind of trade deal.
- Don't use WNR.AI to release or link to malware or phishing schemes.
- Don't make misleading posts to grow your user base.
- Don't post comments on other creators' pages promoting your own page.
- Don't send a large number of unsolicited private messages asking for support.
- Don't use incorrect tagging to drive more search results.
- Don't post multiple templates per day if you are a per-run creator.
When reviewing reports about spam, we will distinguish between commercial spam and friendly abuse, such as legitimate creators spamming other creators' pages. If we determine the spam is friendly abuse, the account will be flagged; repeat offenses will lead to full removal of the creator or user account. Commercial spamming by an account that is not a legitimate creator will be removed from WNR.AI. In other words, be creative and original because nobody likes Spam (not the canned type).
To summarize: The philosophy behind these Community Guidelines applies to creators and users alike. While we empower creators to manage their communities, there are some instances when the WNR.AI team will review reports for users' behavior.
The WNR.AI team reviews reports around hate speech, harassment, and solicitation very carefully, and we will take action against a user account if it violates these guidelines. Creators can report users' posts directly by following these instructions. Please know we keep these reviews confidential. Most importantly, if you feel unsafe because a user is stalking or harassing you, you should always try to seek the help of your local law enforcement and contact the closest cyber crime unit, as they will have the most tools and means to help. WNR.AI will work closely with law enforcement when there is an investigation and if a law enforcement agency sends us a subpoena.
Financial Advice Content: Because WNR.AI values creator and user safety alike, we encourage financial advice content consumers to consult with licensed financial professionals before making investment decisions.