" OSSU provides an environment where all learners and contributors can feel safe and welcome. This document outlines our community policies and values. Rules

    Learn and help others learn.
    Be kind and courteous to your fellow OSSUnians.
    Criticize ideas, not people.
    Discuss publicly. Refrain from direct messaging people unless it is specifically requested.
    Ask questions; don't ask to ask. There’s no need to write "Is there anyone that can help me with X?" Just ask about X.


    No violence or threats of violence of any kind.
    No sexist, racist, homophobic, transphobic, or any other prejudiced or discriminatory language or actions; this includes jokes.
    No sexual harrasment, including unwelcome sexual advances or offensive remarks about a person's sex.
    No cursing or swearing at other people (but feel free to use curses and swears about the #$%@ code, IDE, language, hardware or physics).
    No NSFW material. This includes nudity, gore, or any other potentially disturbing imagery.
    No revealing another's private information against their wishes (doxxing).
    No stalking or intimidation, online or otherwise.
    No spamming, trolling, flaming, or other disruptions of the peace.
    No inappropriate usernames. Moderators will change your name if it is found to be NSFW or derogatory.
    No advocating or threatening of any of the above behaviors.

Reporting and Moderation

Moderators can be emailed at EMAIL. On the OSSU Discord server, users can use @moderator to alert the mod team about an issue in a channel.

If you see any behavior that goes against the Code of Conduct, report it to the moderation team as soon as possible, either privately or publicly.

Violation of the terms in this Code of Conduct will result in consequences that will depend on a) the severity of the violation, and b) history of violations. Possible consequences include: temporary mute, being kicked from participation, temporary or permanent banning from all future participation in the community.

If you feel that you have been treated unjustly, you may contact a moderator or community organizer and explain your grievance. Your grievance will be handled by moderator consensus. "


not a discussion forum but:



" When you use Clubhouse, you agree to abide by the following rules at all times. You also agree not to encourage others to violate these rules. The latter is taken seriously and can also result in removal from the Service.

Toggle to show or hide details for each. You must use a real name or identity on the service. You must be at least 18 years of age to use Clubhouse (or older if required by your country). You may not engage in abuse, bullying, or harassment of any person or groups of people. You may not discriminate against, engage in hateful conduct directed at, or threaten violence or harm against any person or groups of people. You may not share, threaten to share, or incentivize the sharing of other people's private information without their prior permission. You may not engage in intentionally disruptive activity that negatively affects the experience of other users. You may not transcribe, record, or otherwise reproduce and/or share information obtained in Clubhouse without prior permission. You may not engage in any conversations or upload any content that violates any intellectual property or other proprietary rights. You may not spread false information or spam, or artificially amplify or suppress information. You may not share or promote information (or synthetic or manipulated media) that is intended or likely to cause harm to any person or groups of people, including minors. You may not use the service for the purpose of conducting any unauthorized or illegal activities.

If you witness a Rules violation, please follow the instructions below to report it.

Follow these links for our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.

And, if you have questions, feedback, or suggestions, please let us know! "

(NOTE: there are details of each of the above rules if you expand a link that i didn't include here)

" Safety Content Moderation

If someone has not violated any of the Rules, but you would still prefer not to interact with them, here are some tools you can utilize.

Room moderators decide who is in a room and can speak:

    Accept or reject speakers: If you are a room moderator you decide who can speak. If you’d like to invite someone from the audience to speak, just tap on the profile photo of that user and select “Invite to Speak.” If someone else requests to speak, you have the option to decline.
    Mute or remove speakers: Rooms moderators can also temporarily mute a speaker or move them back to the audience. To mute the speaker, tap on their profile photo to open the half-sheet, and then tap the mute button to the right of their profile photo. To move them down to the audience, tap on their profile photo to open the half-sheet, then tap “‘Move to Audience.”
    Remove from room: If someone is being disruptive or distressing to people in the room, moderators can remove them, and they will no longer see or be able to re-enter the room. To remove them from room, tap on their profile half-sheet, tap the ellipses and remove. 

Anyone can decide who they interact with:

    Unfollow: You can unfollow a user at any time. To do so, navigate to the user’s profile and tap on the button that says “Following” to unselect it. They won’t be notified, and you won’t receive any further notifications about their activity.
    Block: You can block a user at any time. On their profile, click on the 3 vertical dots in the top right, and select “Block.” 
        Blocked users will not be able to see or join any room that you create or in which you are a moderator or speaker.
        If a blocked user is speaking in a room that would otherwise be visible to you, that room will be hidden from your feed by default, but there will be a capsule at the bottom of your feed to let you know that the hidden room exists. If you would like to see the room regardless, you can choose to tap that capsule and reveal the room.
        If you are just an audience member in the room and a blocked user enters the audience, you will not be proactively notified.
    Shared block lists: If there is someone who many people in your network have blocked, there will be a "!" icon on that person’s user profile to make you aware. This is personalized to you, and is intended to help you make decisions about when to follow someone or bring them up on stage.

Incident Reporting

We depend on the vigilance of each user and the community to report violations of Rules. If you believe a user has violated a Rule, you can report a Trust & Safety incident. Note: Inappropriate use of the incident reporting system or intentional, false reports are against our rules and are taken seriously.

Temporary audio recording: Solely for the purpose of supporting incident investigations, we temporarily record the audio in a room while the room is live. If a user reports a Trust and Safety violation while the room is active, we retain the audio for the purposes of investigating the incident, and then delete it when the investigation is complete. If no incident is reported in a room, we delete the temporary audio recording when the room ends. Audio from (i) muted speakers and (ii) audience members is never captured, and all temporary audio recordings are encrypted.

You can report an incident in 2 ways:

    Report an incident in real time: From inside a room, tap on the user you want to report. A profile "half-sheet" will pop up; tap the three horizontal dots at the top right, then tap “Report an incident." Submitting a report from inside the room prompts us to retain the temporary, encrypted audio recording for the purpose of investigating the incident, as noted above.
    Report a past incident: To report an incident after the room has ended, you can go to the profile of the user you want to report, tap the three horizontal dots at the top right, then tap “Report an incident." Note that when you report an incident directly from a user's profile, we will not have access to any room’s audio to support the investigation.

Here’s what you should know about reporting another user for a Rule violation:

    If you submit a report, we will not share your identity with the person you reported.
    All reports that are submitted will be reviewed and investigated. The need for and type of corrective or disciplinary action needed will be determined on a case by case basis.
    We seek to be fair, consistent, and responsive in addressing all reported incidents.
    If the violation directly targeted you, we may share certain information about the process and resolution with you (e.g., the stage of investigation, any concerns that you may be at risk for immediate harm, information on how the resolution could impact you).
    Intentional, false reports of violations are treated as a violation of the Rules.

If another user has reported you for violating a Rule, here’s what you should know:

    If a report has been filed against you, we may contact you through your Clubhouse account with information about the nature of the report. We may keep some details private in order to protect the reporting user(s). If we are unable to reach you, we may restrict your account access temporarily until we are able to do so.
    We will notify you of the result of the investigation and its potential impact to you.
    If you believe a report has been falsely filed against you or you would like to appeal a decision, please contact us, including as much context as possible.
    Any attempt to retaliate against users who participate in reporting or investigation is a violation.

If your account has been suspended, please follow this process for inquiry or appeal:

    If your account is flagged for a potential violation of our Rules, your account may be temporarily or permanently restricted or removed from the platform.
    If you believe your account did not violate our Rules, contact our Trust & Safety team through this form. Please include your Clubhouse username, verified email address, and reference to the original decision notification you received.
    Please keep the following in mind when submitting an appeal:
        Decision appeals must originate from the user who received the notice.
        Clubhouse does not accept nor consider appeals on behalf of another user.
        Submitting multiple appeals concurrently may result in a delay in review.
    Once you submit the appeal, the Clubhouse Trust & Safety Team will decide whether or not to review it based on the Rule violation in question. Please note that not all Trust & Safety enforcement decisions are eligible for an appeal.

These are examples of potential consequences for Rules violations (non-exhaustive):

    Provide a warning for a first offense of low severity and impact
    Request the removal of or directly remove offending content
    Restrict the ability to participate in some or all conversations
    Temporarily or permanently disable or remove the account
    Notify law enforcement when there is risk of physical harm or a threat to public safety

Consequences for confirmed violations may vary based on the type and severity of the violation, the impact to victim(s), the historical actions of the offending user, and the intent of the actions. Legal note

Finally, please keep in mind this quick legal note on our Community Guidelines, violations, and how we may enforce them:

    You are solely responsible for your interactions with other Clubhouse users and you agree that we will have no liability or responsibility with respect to those interactions.
    We understand that not all Clubhouse users will share our views as to what constitutes a violation of these Community Guidelines. However, to operate a functional platform, we must reserve the right to determine in our sole discretion what constitutes a violation.
    Our failure to enforce these Community Guidelines in each and every instance in which it might have application does not amount to a waiver of our rights under our Terms of Service or these Community Guidelines.
    We reserve the right, in our sole discretion, to change portions of these Community Guidelines at any time. If we do this, we will post the changes on this page and will indicate at the top of this page the date these terms were last updated.



not a discussion forum, but dall e 2's content policy:

Content policy Updated April 6, 2022

Thank you for trying our generative AI tools!

In your usage, you must adhere to our Content Policy: Do not upload or generate images that are not G-rated or that could cause harm.

    Hate: hateful symbols, negative stereotypes, comparing certain groups to animals/objects, or otherwise expressing or promoting hate based on identity.
    Harassment: mocking, threatening, or bullying an individual.
    Violence: violent acts and the suffering or humiliation of others.
    Self-harm: suicide, cutting, eating disorders, and other attempts at harming oneself.
    Adult: nudity, sexual acts, sexual services, or content otherwise meant to arouse sexual excitement.
    Shocking: bodily fluids, obscene gestures, or other profane subjects that may shock or disgust.
    Illegal activity: drug use, theft, vandalism, and other illegal activities.
    Deception: major conspiracies or events related to major ongoing geopolitical events.
    Political: politicians, ballot-boxes, protests, or other content that may be used to influence the political process or to campaign.
    Public and personal health: the treatment, prevention, diagnosis, or transmission of diseases, or people experiencing health ailments.
    Spam: unsolicited bulk content.

Disclose the role of AI.

    You must clearly indicate that images are AI-generated - or which portions of them are - by attributing to OpenAI when sharing, whether in public or private.
    You may post these images to social media. Please refer to our Sharing and Publication Policy for further details.

Respect the rights of others.

    Do not upload images of people without their consent, including public figures.
    Do not upload images to which you do not hold appropriate usage rights.

Use for non-commercial purposes only.

    As this is an experimental research platform, you may not use generated images for commercial purposes. For example:
        You may not license, sell, trade, or otherwise transact on these image generations in any form, including through related assets such as NFTs.
        You may not serve these image generations to others through a web application or through other means of third-parties initiating a request.

Please report any suspected violations of these rules to our Support team

    We will investigate and take action accordingly, up to and including terminating the violating account.

" Roblox Community Standards

At Roblox, we’re building the metaverse: a space for people to adventure, experience, and explore. We’re a global community on this journey together, and we want to ensure everyone feels welcome and safe and is treated with kindness and respect. That’s why we’ve created these Community Standards: to outline how we expect our users to behave, and to be clear up front about what is and isn’t allowed on Roblox.

Our Community Standards are organized into four sections:

    Civility & Respect
    Fairness & Transparency
    Security & Privacy

These standards apply to all of your actions on Roblox and with other Robloxians, both online and at real-world events hosted by Roblox. You might notice that some of these rules prohibit things that certain other online platforms allow. That’s because of our determination to keep Roblox as safe as possible. We ask that you respect our standards — and understand that violating them may result in enforcement action against your account. We’re always learning, so as our community evolves and our platform grows, these standards may change too.

In short, when using Roblox, always remember to be kind. If you see something that you think violates the Community Standards, please let us know by using the Report Abuse feature. For more information about the legal relationship between you and Roblox, head over to our Terms of Use.

We appreciate your cooperation with these standards and commitment to making Roblox a safe and respectful space. SAFETY

We want our metaverse to be safe and welcoming for everyone, regardless of their identity or beliefs. To keep Roblox a place where everyone feels comfortable being themselves, the following is not allowed:

    Child Endangerment
    Roblox has a zero-tolerance policy for endangering children. This includes:
        Any predatory behavior, including attempting to befriend a child in order to manipulate and exploit them (i.e., grooming)
        Sexualizing children in any way
        Engaging in sexual conversation with or soliciting sexual material from minors
        Sharing, requesting, or discussing child sexual exploitation imagery
    Threats of Violence
    Roblox does not permit users to threaten others with real world harm or to encourage such threats, or to incite violence against people or property, and we may communicate with law enforcement agencies regarding credible threats of harm. This includes threats of:
        Physical assault or violence
        Sexual assault
        Property damage
    Bullying and Harassment
    Roblox does not allow bullying, stalking, trolling, harassment, or intimidation on its platform. We also do not allow any content that depicts, glorifies, or promotes such behavior. This includes:
        Singling out a user or group for ridicule or abuse
        Sexual harassment
    Suicide and Self Harm
    At Roblox, we take our users’ well-being very seriously. We’re here to help provide resources for those struggling with mental health, and we may communicate with law enforcement regarding credible threats of self-harm. We don’t allow content or behavior that depicts, glorifies, or encourages suicide or self-injury, including:
        Describing methods for suicide
        Content that supports or depicts instances of self-harm
    Sexual Content
    Roblox does not allow sexual content or activity of any kind. This includes content that depicts, discusses, or suggests:
        Sexual acts
        Sexually suggestive avatar clothing items
    Violent Content and Gore
    Although some experiences on Roblox may include weapons and violence, we don’t allow content that contains extreme violence or serious physical or psychological abuse, including:
        Animal abuse and torture
        Realistic depictions of extreme Gore
        The depiction, support, or glorification of war crimes or human rights violations, including torture
    Terrorism and Violent Extremism Content
    Roblox prohibits content or behavior that supports, glorifies, or promotes any terrorist or extremist organization and their actions, including:
        Depictions of or support for terrorist or extremist attacks or terrorist actors
        Depictions of or support for the leaders of terrorist organizations
        Depictions of the slogans, images, flags, or icons of terrorist organizations
        Recruiting membership for a terrorist or violent organization, or encouraging others to leave Roblox to find such information
        Fundraising for terrorist or extremist organizations, people, or groups
    Illegal and Regulated Activities
    We prohibit users from discussing, depicting, or promoting illegal or highly-regulated activities. You also may not encourage others to violate their local laws, or do so yourself. These activities include:
        Illegal drugs, including marijuana and the misuse of prescription drugs
        Drug paraphernalia, including pills, syringes, and pipes
        Alcohol, including references to or depictions of drunkenness
        Tobacco, including e-cigarettes, e-liquid, vapes, hookas, and other smokable products
        Bomb- and weapon-making in the real world
    Except where prohibited by local law or regulation, we allow the portrayal of gambling in experiences, no real money, Robux, or anything that can become real money or Robux, may be exchanged in these experiences. We also require that the odds of winning be fair and not skewed in the developer’s favor.
    Real World Physically Dangerous Activities
    Roblox does not allow the depiction, glorification, or encouragement of participation in activities in the real world that are specifically designed to create an extreme risk of physical harm to the participant offline. This includes:
        Physical challenge or stunt trends
        Dangerous misuse of fireworks


We expect all Robloxians to treat one another with kindness. This means striving to be civil and respectful in all of your interactions. To encourage this environment, Roblox prohibits:

    Discrimination, Slurs, and Hate Speech
    Roblox honors and welcomes users of all ages, backgrounds, and identities. You may not demean, threaten, or attack individuals or groups, or encourage others to do so directly or indirectly, on the basis of their:
        Race, perceived race, or ethnicity
        National origin
        Sexual orientation
        Gender, gender identity, or gender expression
        Religion or religious affiliation or beliefs
        Physical or mental disability
        Veteran status
        Familial status
    This includes content that was designed to discriminate against others based on their membership in the above groups. Examples of such content include:
        Experiences that imitate or suggest real world acts of discrimination
        Avatar clothing associated with hate groups
        Symbols and flags associated with discrimination
        Derogatory memes
    Dating and Romantic Content
    Roblox is a safe space for meeting online friends, chatting, and collaborating on creative projects, but we prohibit content that seeks or portrays romantic relationships, including:
        Animations of kissing, hand holding, or other romantic gestures in a romantic context
        Experiences that depict romantic events, including weddings, dates, and honeymoons
    To keep Roblox safe and civil for everyone, we don’t allow swearing in text, images, or uploaded audio, including:
        Using misspellings, special characters, or other methods to evade detection of profanity
        Profanity in different languages
        Quoting or using songs with profane lyrics
    Extortion and Blackmail
    We do not allow users to extort or blackmail each other. Extortion refers to any attempt to threaten another user in order to force them to do something. This includes threats to:
        Reveal personal information
        Take over another user’s account
        Make false abuse reports
        Harm someone in real life
    Political Content
    We value friendly debate about issues and topics that matter to Robloxians. However, to maintain a civil and respectful environment, we prohibit the discussion or depiction of:
        Current candidates running for public office, including their slogans, campaign material, rallies, or events
        Political parties, including official party-affiliated organization
        Specific races for elected office
        Sitting real-world elected officials
        Previously-elected officials in their official capacity
        Individuals who have previously run for political office in their capacity as candidates
        Desecration of political entity symbols, including flag burning
        Inflammatory content related to real world border, territorial, or jurisdictional relationships
    Real-World Tragic Events
    Roblox prohibits content that recreates specific real-world tragic events; mocks the victims of such events; supports, glorifies, or promotes the perpetrators; or capitalizes on these events for commercial purposes. Real world tragic events include:
        Mass shootings and domestic terrorism
        Specific, real world, natural disaster events
        Human or civil rights violations
    Harmful Off-Platform Speech and Behavior
    Robloxians treat everyone with respect, both on and off of Roblox. If reported to us, we may disable the accounts of users who:
        Are associated with organized crime, terrorist organizations, or hate groups
        Harass, bully, discriminate, or harm others outside of Roblox
        Share others’ personal information off-platform, including making false reports to authorities
    Disruptive Audio
    We don’t allow audio that disrupts other users’ experience, including audio that contains:
        Background noise that makes the intended audio unintelligible
        Excessive loudness, screaming, or high-pitched noises that disrupts others’ experience
    Abuse of Roblox Employees or Affiliates
    Roblox expects its users to treat all Roblox employees, contractors, or affiliates with kindness and respect. Mistreating Roblox employees, contractors, or their families in any form, including via email, off-platform, or in-person could result in the loss of your account. This includes:
        Threatening physical harm to an employee or contractor
        Threatening to share the employee or contractor’s personal information
        Harassing Roblox employees or contractors online
        Threatening damage or harm to Roblox offices or data storage facilities


Roblox aims to build a community that’s transparent about its rules and how they’re enforced. We want Robloxians to trust each other to play fairly and honestly, and to respect one another’s creativity and hard work. To help build such a community, Roblox requires its users to follow their local laws and does not allow:

    We don’t permit deceptive schemes on our platform, including:
        Sending or posting phishing or scamming links
        Requesting passwords or access to another user’s account
        Selling or seeking to buy accounts
        Uploading unauthorized copies of content
        Selling Roblox assets for real money off-platform
        Artificially inflating the number of likes or visits to an experience
    Roblox prohibits content that is designed to deceive others or that is shared repeatedly and disruptively anywhere on the platform. This includes:
        Clickbait-type advertisements
        Repetitive, large-volume messaging
        Creating experiences solely to direct users off Roblox
    Cheating and Exploits
    We don’t permit users to deploy or discuss any methods of cheating, including:
        Using exploits to gain an unfair advantage anywhere on the platform
        Sharing exploits with others or encouraging others to cheat
    Misleading Impersonation and Misrepresentation
    Roblox encourages creativity, including in your avatar designs and username, but we don’t allow users to mislead others by impersonating other people’s real- or virtual-world identity or affiliations, including other users, Roblox employees, contractors, and affiliates, or public figures. This includes any attempts to impersonate in the following areas:
        Name or username
        Position in a company
        Digital representation
        A post or comment
    This does not apply to satire, fan art, or tributes that are not misleading to other users.
    Intellectual Property Violations
    We don’t allow users to violate intellectual property rights on Roblox, and will remove infringing content upon receiving a valid Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) notice or Trademark infringement removal request. Examples of intellectual property infringement may include:
        Using another developer’s code to create your experience without their permission
        Using another artist’s music in your experience
        Using a brand’s logo or designs for the content you design without their permission
    For information on how to use Roblox’s name and logo, please see our Community Usage Guidelines.
    Copyright and trademark takedown requests can be filed here.
    Contests and Sweepstakes
    We don’t allow contests, games, or sweepstakes on the platform that offer Robux as a prize. This includes:
        Lottery-style games
        Any use of the words “Play for R$” in games
        Offers of “free Robux”
    If paid random items appear in your experience, they cannot be sold or traded for Robux, real currency, or anything else of value on Roblox. You also must use the applicable Policy API.
    Directing Users Off-Platform
    When using Roblox, you may not link to any external websites or services, except for: YouTube, Facebook, Discord, Twitter, and Twitch. Links to any of those approved sites must be wrapped in the applicable Policy API or listed in the Social Networks and Social Links settings of your profile or experience description page. Links that appear in locations where the API cannot be deployed - such as text chat - are prohibited. Any other links are prohibited, including:
        Links that contain Roblox-inappropriate content
        Partial links, filter-breaking, and permitted website links to non-permitted websites
        Encouraging others to visit unpermitted external links
    For their privacy and safety, we don’t permit users under 13 to share links.
    You can place ads in your experience in the form of 3d assets, static images, or videos, as long as you directly upload the ad assets (‘direct upload ads’) and follow the rules outlined below. Roblox will determine, at its sole discretion, whether advertising or brand placement meets these requirements and we may reject ads whose content harms our relationship with our community or compromises our competitive interests (e.g., gaming platforms and development tools). If your ad violates these rules, we may remove the content or suspend your experience, or require you to remove the content, at any time and without notice.
        Developers who place advertisements in their experiences remain responsible for all advertising content; ads must follow the Community Rules, the Terms of Use and all other Roblox rules.
        You may not relinquish control of the ad serving logic in your experience, including by using third party ad servers.
        Ads may not contain content intended for users under the age of 13.
        Ads must comply with the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (“COPPA”), Children’s Advertising Review Unit (“CARU”) and Children’s Food and Beverage Advertising Initiative (“CFBAI”) guidelines, and all other applicable local laws and regulations.
        Ads cannot falsely represent the content being advertised to encourage user engagement (e.g., offer free Robux).
        Developers may only share aggregated user information with third party advertisers.


For our metaverse to thrive, the Roblox community must feel digitally safe as well as physically safe. We can achieve this by respecting each other’s private information and Roblox’s safety systems, and by keeping Roblox accounts and systems secure. This section describes how players and creators should treat others’ information and digital security. For information about how Roblox handles your personal information, please visit the Privacy Policy.

To maintain a safe metaverse, Roblox does not permit:

    Unauthorized Access
    We prohibit any activity that is used to gain unauthorized access to Roblox’s systems or accounts, as well as threatening or encouraging such activity. This includes:
        Using VPNs to mask your location in order to gain unauthorized access to the Roblox platform, a specific feature, or another user’s account
        Attempting to hack another user’s account
        Launching any sort of cyberattack
        Posting misleading links for the purpose of gaining unauthorized access (i.e., phishing)
        Launching malicious software (i.e., malware) to cause damage to or gain access to another user’s computer.
    Sharing Personal Information
    We do not permit users to share their or others’ personal information on Roblox, including:
        Full name
        Email address
        Physical address
        Telephone number
        Unique Identifiers
        Images of themselves or other private individuals
        Unauthorized voice recordings of minors
    Misusing Roblox Systems
    Roblox maintains many systems to keep our users safe and secure, and we prohibit attempts to bypass these systems or otherwise violate our platform security requirements. This includes:
        Attempting to get prohibited content approved by our moderation team
        Opening new accounts for the purpose of evading an enforcement action taken against a previous account
        Using bots that are programmed to run disruptive, large-scale tasks
        Re-uploading previously-moderated content
        Failing to use required policy APIs in your experience
        Falsely reporting other users or experiences, or encouraging or others to do so
        Invading or flooding experiences or groups in an effort to destroy the experience or its reputation
    Roblox Economy
    Roblox maintains the Robux system for everyone’s benefit and enjoyment. To keep it secure, some uses of Robux are not permitted, including:
        Using third-party services to sell, trade, or give away Robux. This does not apply to Roblox gift cards.
        Promotional codes that falsely appear to be offered by Roblox itself
        Inappropriate use of the group payout system, including offering payment in Robux for acting as a model for assets, joining groups, referring members, or role-playing in experiences.
    You also may not use third-party services or products to sell, either directly or as a bundle: in-experience items, exclusive features, or other in-experience enhancements.

See the Roblox Terms of Use for more information.

Last Updated: March 15, 2022 " --