Abuse Policy

We treat all abuse reports concerning factoHR seriously and are dedicated to investigating all violations submitted to us. If you come across content on factoHR that you think violates our terms of service, please report a violation. After you submit a report, we’ll investigate it and take the appropriate action. We’ll get back to you only if we require additional details or have more information to share. We may close your report without a response, if we believe that the reported instance does not amount to a violation.

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Types of abuse

We have sorted various kinds of abuse into the following categories:

Spam, malware and phishing: Users are prohibited from using factoHR services for the transmission of “junk mail”, “spam”, “chain letters”, “phishing” or unsolicited mass distribution of email. An example of a phishing attempt is an email requesting you to reveal your credit card number to be eligible for a prize amount.

Promotes hatred, violence or illegal/offensive activities: Transmission or publishing any content that
(i) is unlawful, illegal, hateful, promotes racism or promotes discrimination or hatred based on ethnicity, and
(ii) defames, abuses, harasses, stalks, threatens or otherwise violates privacy and other legal rights of others, are explicitly considered as prohibited activities by factoHR.

Sexually explicit material: Sexually explicit materials are those materials that contain adult or mature content. We do not authorize users to publish or transmit sexually explicit material using factoHR services.

Child exploitation: We have a zero-tolerance policy towards content that exploits children. This means we will terminate the accounts of any user that we find sharing or publishing child abuse content. We will also report the content and its owner to law enforcement authorities.

Personal and confidential information: We do not allow use of factoHR services to publish personal and confidential information of persons that is not publicly accessible without their explicit consent. Examples of personal and confidential information are full name, phone number, address, social security number, credit card number, government issued identification card details and bank information.

Account hijacking: Do not access another user’s account without their permission. We may take appropriate action if we are notified of account hijacking, which may include removing access to some of our products or disabling your account.

Circumvention: Do not engage in actions intended to bypass our policies or subvert restrictions placed on your account.

Impersonation and misrepresentation: Do not impersonate a person or organization or misrepresent yourself. This includes impersonating any person or organizations you don’t represent; or providing misleading information about a user/site’s identity, qualifications, ownership, purpose, products, services, or business.

Copyright infringement: Copyright infringement occurs when someone other than the copyright holder copies the “expression” of a work. If you discover that there has been copyright infringement by a factoHR user involving your work we will take necessary action as specified here.

Other violations: If you believe that you have a violation to report, that does not fall within any of the categories mentioned above, you may choose this to report such violation. Please note that you will be required to provide a description of such violation for us to take an appropriate action.