Scribd's Code of Conduct
Be responsible and respectful at all times on Scribd. Whether uploading a document, reviewing a book, or updating a public profile, users are expected to follow our Terms and Policies while participating in our community. Users sharing documents in Scribd’s library should pay particular attention to our Prohibited Activity and Content notices.
Hate speech, harassment, and threats do not have a place in Scribd’s community. We value diversity in ideas and opinions; however, Scribd is not a place to upload content that is intended to promote hatred, bigotry, or harm toward others on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, religious affiliation, age, class, caste, disease, or disability.
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Do not disclose anyone else's personal information or impersonate anyone in a misleading manner.
Do not upload content that is pornographic or contains gratuitous depictions of sex or violence.
What happens if a user doesn’t follow the rules?
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