Cantina deeply values the privacy and security of all members. As such, we uphold a strict policy against doxing, which entails the unauthorized sharing or broadcasting of private or identifying information about an individual without their consent, even if such details might be available elsewhere publicly.
If you identify instances of doxing or unauthorized sharing of personal information on Cantina, we urge you to report it. Our Trust & Safety team will review and act accordingly.
Should you find your personal information being shared without consent that may lead to real-world harm, please call your local law enforcement agency for swift assistance.
What qualifies as doxing or unauthorized sharing on Cantina?
Cantina describes doxing or unauthorized sharing as any user action that discloses, disseminates, or broadcasts private or identifiable information without the expressed consent of the individual concerned.
Prohibited behaviors include, but are not restricted to:
- Content that reveals private details such as home addresses, phone numbers, social security numbers, personal email addresses, and other sensitive details
- Use of Cantina to share or distribute someone's personal information with the intent to harass, blackmail, or intimidate
- Statements or actions that encourage others to engage in doxing activities
Policy Violation Enforcement: In the event that a user is discovered to be participating in doxing activities, and has not stopped and removed posted content when asked, the user is subject to account suspension, termination, and possible case referral to appropriate law enforcement authorities.
Together, we're building a trustworthy and respectful community on Cantina. Thank you for playing an essential role in safeguarding the privacy of all members.