We created Loudr® to give you the power to distribute your content online, as well as to discover, share and discuss content with others. This is a set of Community Guidelines to help you understand the Loudr platform and to establish few basic ground rules.
Copyrights are incredibly important to us and to our community, which includes songwriters, performers, and other content creators. We expect our community to respect the ownership of the content that is shared, to give credit where it is due, and to take responsibility for what is shared.
An audience is by nature social, so we've built Loudr to be a social place. To this end, we ask you to be kind to others or at least to remember that there is a person behind every username. If you observe inappropriate or illegal behavior on Loudr, including abusive, defamatory, obscene or racist comments or posts that violate local rules regarding online conduct, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
It's hard to draw a good wolf logo. We ask that you respect the time it took for us to make Loudr look the way it does. You may not use our branding and site design without our permission, and should refer to our Brand Guidelines if you wish to make use of our trademarks, the Loudr Wolf or any other brand elements.
A little self-promotion is fine; a lot of self-promotion is really annoying. Feel free to post links to your own content, but bear in mind that we reserve the right to take down content if it is reported as spam or if it creates technical issues for us. Likewise, we also ask that you respect the members of our community by not contacting them directly for commercial purposes without their consent.
You can use Loudr by logging in with a third party service, such as Facebook or Twitter, or by creating a Loudr Account. Loudr Accounts are generally allocated on a first come, first served basis. Please don’t register your account under a misleading name, such as a name that impersonates someone else or a brand owned by someone else, even if you are the world's biggest fan. Please don’t create multiple Loudr Accounts for disruptive or abusive purposes. If someone is impersonating you or infringing on your trademark, please send us an email at email@example.com.
Like the Internet itself, Loudr is a large community that is continually growing and changing. Because of this, these guidelines are a work in progress, and we may revise them from time to time. The most current version will always live here at http://loudr.fm/legal/community-guidelines.
While we reserve the right to suspend or terminate accounts used for activity that is prohibited here or in our Terms or that violates our Policies, we'd much rather have you here as part of our community, so we hope you'll keep these guidelines in mind as you explore Loudr.
Last Updated — March 30, 2015