Policies and Safety
When you use ShareonSport, you join a community of people from all over the world who share own sport videos. Every cool, new community feature on ShareonSport involves a certain level of trust. Millions of users respect that trust and we trust you to be responsible too. Following the guidelines below helps to keep ShareonSport enjoyable for everyone.
You might not like everything that you see on ShareonSport. If you think that content is inappropriate, use the flagging feature to submit it for review by our ShareonSport staff. Our staff carefully reviews flagged content 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to determine whether there’s a violation of our Community Guidelines.
You can also flag content directly on YouTube, Vimeo or Dailymotion or on any other video host website and after removing the content from the original source, video will be automatically removed from our website. We do not host or upload the material. ShareonSport only shares the content.
Here you can watch the video from YouTube regarding the reporting of the content on YouTube.
Here are some common-sense rules that’ll help you steer clear of trouble. Please take these rules seriously and take them to heart. Don’t try to look for loopholes or try to lawyer your way around the guidelines—just understand them and try to respect the spirit in which they were created.
Nudity or sexual content
ShareonSport is not for pornography or sexually explicit content. If this describes your video, even if it’s a video of yourself, don’t post it on ShareonSport. Also, be advised that we work closely with law enforcement and we report child exploitation.
Our products are platforms for free expression. But we don’t support content that promotes or condones violence against individuals or groups based on race or ethnic origin, religion, disability, gender, age, nationality, veteran status or sexual orientation/gender identity, or whose primary purpose is inciting hatred on the basis of these core characteristics. This can be a delicate balancing act, but if the primary purpose is to attack a protected group, the content crosses the line.
Harassment and cyberbullying
It’s not OK to post abusive videos and comments on YouTube, Vimeo or Dailymotion. If harassment crosses the line into a malicious attack it can be reported and may be removed. In other cases, users may be mildly annoying or petty and should be ignored.
If someone has posted your personal information or shared a video of you without your consent, you can request removal of content based on our Privacy Guidelines.
We protect minors in the ShareonSport ecosystem. Also, be advised that we work closely with law enforcement and we report child endangerment.
Harmful or dangerous content
Don’t share videos that encourage others to do things that might cause them to get badly hurt, especially kids. Videos showing such harmful or dangerous acts may be age-restricted or removed depending on their severity.
Violent or graphic content
It’s not okay to post violent or gory content that’s primarily intended to be shocking, sensational or gratuitous. If posting graphic content in a news or documentary context, please be mindful to provide enough information to help people understand what’s going on in the video. Don’t encourage others to commit specific acts of violence.
Spam, misleading metadata and scams
Everyone hates spam. Don’t create misleading descriptions, tags, titles or thumbnails in order to increase views. It’s not okay to post large amounts of untargeted, unwanted or repetitive content, including comments and private messages.
Respect copyright. Only share videos that you uploaded on YouTube, Vimeo or Dailymotion or that you’re authorised to use.
Accounts that are established to impersonate another channel or individual may be removed.
Additional policies on a range of subjects.
Reporting & Enforcement
Learn about reporting content on YouTube, Vimeo or Dailymotion and how we enforce our Community Guidelines.
Report a privacy violation
Let us know if videos or comments on the site violate your privacy or sense of safety.
Other reporting options
When flagging a video does not accurately capture your issue.
Sometimes a video doesn’t violate our guidelines, but might not be appropriate for everyone so may be age-restricted.
Serious or repeated violations Community Guidelines violations can lead to account termination.