House rules

An important part of our values is a peaceful, tolerant and respectful coexistence. Since values and opinions can differ and we are aware that yours may not always agree with ours, we have created house rules for our platform. These technical and social rules are the guideline for our actions and at the same time the limits to what type of content we offer a platform. For a good cooperation we ask you to respect these rules.


  • You are allowed to use 1000 GB traffic per month per account.
  • A maximum of 500 mails per hour may be sent per account. The mail size is limited to a maximum of 25 MB per mail.
  • Mass mailings such as newsletters are not allowed.
  • We will immediately block accounts in the case of obvious legal violations, requests by public prosecutors or massive technical impairments (hacking, spam etc.).
  • In the event that you process data of third parties on our platform, we offer a contract for order processing.


  • You must comply with all legal requirements, in particular the protection of minors and the imprint obligation.
  • We do not tolerate discriminatory behavior and content promoting or advocating the oppression of members of marginalised groups. These groups may be characterised by any of the following (though this list is naturally incomplete): ethnicity, gender identity or expression, sexual identity or expression, physical characteristics or age, disability or illness, nationality, residency, citizen status, wealth or education, religious affiliation, agnosticism or atheism.
  • We do not tolerate threatening behavior, stalking, doxxing and mobbing, including name-calling, intentional misgendering or deadnaming.
  • We do not tolerate violent nationalist propaganda, Nazi symbolism or promoting the ideology of National Socialism.


If you have any questions or if you suspect that any content violates these rules, please contact us at


Deadnaming is the use of the birth or other former name of a trans person without their consent.
To refer to a person using the wrong gender and/or pronouns. This can happen unintentionally but often happens to harm or hurt a person.
Researching and publicly broadcasting personal or identifying information about a person, especially with the intent to harm them.