Policy Rationale:

At Evolution Global, Inc., we prioritize the integrity and authenticity of the interactions within our digital community. In line with this commitment, we adopt a zero-tolerance policy towards spam, rigorously working to curtail its proliferation across our platforms. Our stringent stance against spam stems from our dedication to preventing content that is designed to deceive or mislead users, thereby safeguarding their online experience and ensuring the security, stability, and usability of our services.

Spam, by its very nature, undermines the quality of the user experience. It detracts from the ability of individuals to engage authentically and meaningfully within online communities. Furthermore, spam poses significant threats to the security of our platforms and the privacy of our users. It often serves as a vector for malicious activities, including phishing, scamming, and other forms of online fraud, which compromise user trust and safety.

To combat these issues, our moderation guidelines explicitly prohibit the dissemination of content that:

• Is created with the intention to deceive or mislead users.

• Attempts to artificially inflate engagement or viewership metrics.

• Employs tactics to distribute content in masse for unauthorized commercial gain.

• Abuses our platform, products, or features for the purpose of spam dissemination.

Our approach to identifying and mitigating spam encompasses a comprehensive set of automated and manual review processes. These are designed to swiftly detect and remove spam content, as well as to implement sanctions against accounts engaging in spam activities. Sanctions may range from temporary restrictions to permanent account bans, depending on the severity and frequency of the violation.

Additionally, Evolution Global, Inc. is committed to continuously evolving our anti-spam measures. This includes enhancing our detection technologies and updating our moderation guidelines to address emerging spam tactics. Our goal is to stay ahead of malicious actors and to ensure that our platforms remain safe, trustworthy spaces for genuine interaction and engagement.

Through these measures, Evolution Global, Inc. reaffirms its dedication to maintaining a spam-free environment. We aim to foster a digital ecosystem where users can trust in the authenticity of the content they encounter and feel secure in their online interactions.

Do not:

• Attempt to or successfully sell, buy or exchange site privileges, engagement, or product features, such as accounts, admin roles, permission to post, Pages, Groups, likes, etc., except in the case of clearly identified branded content.

• Require or claim that users are required to engage with content (e.g. liking, sharing) before they are able to view or interact with promised content.

• Encourage likes, shares, follows, clicks or the use of apps or websites under false pretenses, such as:

• Offering false or non-existent services or functionality (e.g. “Get a ‘Dislike’ button!”)

• Failing to direct to promised content (e.g. “Click here for a discount code at Office Depot”; false play buttons)

• The deceptive or misleading use of URLs, defined as:

• Cloaking: Presenting different content to Facebook users and Facebook crawlers or tools.

• Misleading content: Content contains a link that promises one type of content but delivers something substantially different.

• Deceptive redirect behavior: Websites that require an action (e.g. captcha, watch ad, click here) in order to view the expected landing page content and the domain name of the URL changes after the required action is complete.

• Like/share-gating: Landing pages that require users to like, share, or otherwise engage with content before gaining access to content.

• Deceptive landing page functionality: Websites that have a misleading user interface, which results in accidental traffic being generated (e.g. pop-ups/unders, clickjacking, etc.).

• Typosquatting: An external website pretends to be a reputable brand or service by using a name, domain or content that features typos, misspellings or other means to impersonate well-known brands using a landing page similar to another, trusted site to mislead visitors.

• And other behaviors that are substantially similar to the above.