Last updated: 01/08/2018
SECURITY ON DAISIE
In order to keep your account safe, you should use a strong password. Use a combination of letters and numbers, with a minimum of six characters.
Create an original password and avoid using one that you’ve already used. Change it regularly and don’t give it to anyone, even us. Your password should be personal to you. We will never ask for your password on the App, or by email, so please keep your Daisie password details to yourself.
Your email account should be secure. Remember that people who can read your emails, may be able to access your Daisie account!
If you sign in to your Daisie account from a public device or a device that is not yours, always remember to log out, so as to not compromise the security of your account.
Reset your Password:
If you lose your password, you can tap the “forgot password” button when you log in to your account, which will send an email to your registered address to start the reset process. More details can be found in our Help Center.
SHARE CONTENT SAFELY
Do not share nude or sexual content on Daisie, of yourself or anyone else, without the consent of the concerned persons featuring in it or at the request of anyone.
If someone ever threatens you with sharing information, photographs or video related to or featuring you on Daisie, you can report it to us and/or block this user (see BLOCK A USER Section). You may also consider contacting the appropriate local authorities for law enforcement. Please note that this does not constitute legal advice and you may wish to contact a lawyer.
In any of the situations described above, if you are under 18 years old, we advise you to talk to your parents or other adults (like a school counsellor), who you trust and who can help and protect you. Read our advice for parents with a child on Daisie, over at the SAFETY FOR PARENTS Section.
To stay safe, as a rule of thumb: never share something you wouldn’t want other people seeing, even if you are sharing content with someone you trust.
BLOCK A USER
The information in your profile is visible to other users on Daisie. Your name, username, location and job title (if you choose to provide it) are all accessible to fellow Daisie users. All content displayed on Daisie is public, meaning anyone with an account can see it.
You can block a user to prevent them finding you on Daisie and to stop them seeing your content or engaging with it. In addition, a user you block will not be able to see your comments or any interactions you may have with other users. However, when you block a user, it does not remove their previous comments or interactions made before you blocked them, related to the content displayed on Daisie, such as bumps. In the same way, a blocked user can still see bumps or comments that you previously made on his content. If you wish to, you can delete their comments from the content you posted on Daisie.
Users are not notified when you block them. Blocking a user that is in your chain will remove him/her from it (and remove you from their chain). If you simply follow a user who is not in your chain, blocking them will automatically remove him/her from the list of users you follow.
Please note that a user who you blocked can still mention you with your username, but it will not notify you, nor will it appear in your notifications. As a result, if you block a user and change your username, this user will not be able to mention you unless he/she learns about your latest username.
REPORT AN ABUSE ON DAISIE
That being said, we understand that online communication is not always friendly. Sometimes it can be frustrating or even offensive. We have some advice to help you successfully approach any conflict or abusive behaviour you might encounter with other users.
Have a Contextual Understanding:
Daisie is a creative platform for artists to collaborate at every stage of the creative journey; it inspires sharing, connecting and learning. Daisie has no barriers and is meant for people of different ages, from every social and cultural backgrounds.
When you are on Daisie and encounter content that upsets you, please consider the artistic, educational, challenging or even scientific dimensions to it. Consider the context behind comments, based on the overall post or discussion topic. Some content or comments interpreted without a full understanding of the subject matter may create confusion. To understand fully the ins and outs of such content, you should review all the related information by looking at the original post.
Be Careful, Remain Appropriate and Calm:
Please always keep in mind that the type of content you display on Daisie as well as the comments you make, will have an impact on other users, may it be positive or negative. In the case of a disagreement with another user, do not reinforce bad behavior or encourage others to do so by engaging into abusive or violent answers.
Block Users You Do Not Want to Interact With:
In the event of facing unwanted, unsolicited or abusive communication from another user, it’s recommended that you block them, in order to end any open communication. By ignoring and blocking such users, your profile will not be discoverable to them, nor will they be able to follow you, or message you.
Report a violation:
If you have reviewed our Community Guidelines and are experiencing repeated or extensive abuse, or hate, even after taking prevention measures (as mentioned above), you should report the abuse to us, as indicated in our Report Center.
Please note that this does not constitute legal advice. If a dispute looks like it goes beyond a personal conflict and may appear as a credible threat, we recommend you reach out to your local authorities. If you feel that your online or offline dispute is legal in nature, you may want to seek advice from a lawyer.
SAFETY FOR PARENTS
Anyone on Daisie can see the content displayed by users. Every profile is public and so is all user content. Your child can block any user on Daisie; if they do so, the blocked user cannot see or follow your child’s profile, nor can they see the content displayed on Daisie by your child. Please read the section BLOCK A USER for more information.
Please visit our REPORT ABUSE Section and REPORT CENTER, if you want to address a violation of the Community Guidelines. If you want to report a child under 13 years old on Daisie please contact us at email@example.com.