Cantina takes the safety of our members and the general public seriously.
We have a zero-tolerance policy for user actions that broadcast, depict, threaten, or incite real-world harm, including the use or promotion of illegal drugs. Anyone violating this policy is subject to account restriction, suspension, and termination. We work with law enforcement when we assess a genuine risk of physical harm, direct threats to public safety, or illegal drug-related activities.
If you observe a credible threat, high-severity violence, or illegal drug use in Cantina, please report it so our team can review it and take appropriate action.
If you are in imminent danger, please contact your local authorities for immediate assistance.
What is considered a policy-violating threat, act of violence, or illegal drug use?
Cantina defines a credible threat or act of violence as any user action that broadcasts, depicts, threatens, or incites high-severity violence against a person, group, or a physical place. This also includes any actions related to the use, promotion, or distribution of illegal drugs.
Prohibited behaviors include, but are not limited to:
- Content or behavior that depicts acts of high-severity violence, gore, or abuse
- Use of Cantina to organize and/or incite riots, crimes, or any other violent gatherings, including those involving the use or distribution of illegal drugs
- Statements of intent or aspirations to commit high-severity violence or engage in illegal drug-related activities
We are working together to create a safe and supportive community in Cantina. We appreciate you for doing your part.