Content Policy

Scored is a social community platform with a mission to unblur the lines between entertainment and politics.

These policies apply when using the website(s) via web browsers. For app policies, you must also abide by the Content Policy for App Stores.


Content is not welcome if it:

  • would in any way violate any applicable federal, state, or local law of the United States of America (including, without limitation, any laws regarding the export of data or software to and from the US or other countries) and is not protected by the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution (the “First Amendment”).
  • is personal and confidential information (“doxing”).
  • impersonates or attempts to impersonate an individual or entity in a deceptive manner, for a purpose that is not protected by the First Amendment
  • relates to politics or social issues, in a community without the “Politics” topic enabled.
  • in any way sexualizes minors.
  • is spam.

We have an obligation to remove content which is illegal, including violent threats and sexualization of minors.

Additionally, content which violates the policies of the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store are not welcome in app versions distributed via their respective app stores.

For example, you must not post content which violates the Google Play Store’s policies on the app version distributed via the app store. Likewise, content which may violate the respective app store’s terms will be hidden within the app version distributed via the app store.


In addition to the above, the following behavior is not welcome:

  • engaging in vote manipulation.
  • actions which interfere with normal use of the platform.
  • using multiple accounts to circumvent restrictions.
  • posting Not Safe for Work (“NSFW”) content which is not properly marked as such.
  • calling for non-violating communities, users, or content to be banned, removed, or restricted, or for policies to be changed.
  • spamming the platform via rapid creation of posts, comments, messages or communities, or by mass inviting moderators, pinging users, reporting users, or any other action which can be reasonably interpreted as unwanted, persistent, communication.
  • incorrectly labelling your communities.


Enforcement of this policy may come in the following forms:

  • warnings, which may include a message and removal of the violating content.
  • temporary or permanent account bans.
  • removal of privileges from accounts.
  • adding restrictions to communities, such as marking the community as unsafe for work.

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