TruffleLive Community Standards


Last revised: September 2021

Welcome to trufflelive!

This is a place to express, create, share and connect. We want to harness the power of a global community of people that feel good and safe about expressing themselves when posting content, broadcasting videos, messaging each other and even when simply consuming content!

Creativity and personal expression matter most to us, but we also want to make everyone feel at home. Understand that here you are free to be yourself, as long as you do it legally and do not harm other people's rights in the process.

As such, these Community Standards, in addition to our Agreement, provide some clarification on what you should not post, share or promote. Violation of these standards may result in your account and/or content being removed or suspended.


You should not broadcast, post, share, or promote any of the following content:

Harassment, Bullying, or Hateful Speech


Intellectual Property and DMCA


Respect Other People's Rights and Privacy

Violence, Self-Mutilation or Self-Destructive Behavior




Criminal Activities


Nudity or Sexualized Content

Dress Code for Broadcasters


Content Labeling


Reporting Abuse

Because trufflelive is a community, we rely heavily on all of your support and we welcome you to report any content or activity that you believe may be in violation of our Community Standards. If you come across any such abusive content or activity, please report the activity to us via email at: or using the dedicated reporting button.

Remember to include a brief description of the violation and also a screenshot showing the offender’s username and the abusive content or activity.

Government authorities may also sometimes ask us to remove content that violates local laws, but does not violate our Community Standards. If we find, after careful legal review, that the content is illegal under local law, then we may choose to make it unavailable in that specific country or territory.

Please also keep the following in mind: