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We regularly review our policies to ensure we're surfacing important information to our users in a clear and easy-to-understand way. As we continually work to improve our services and protect your privacy, we periodically update these policies to reflect those priorities and commitments to each other.
Here are some highlights of what we’ve updated:
- How we describe our services: We added in a broader description of how Discord works, the features we offer, and how our services can be personalized for you. We want Discord to be your experience.
- How we resolve disputes: We’ve updated our informal dispute resolution process and our arbitration agreement to lay out more detail on the steps you should take in case you have a dispute. We work hard to make sure you always love Discord and hope there’s never a dispute!
As a standard practice, Discord does not store or record the contents of video or voice channels. If we were to change our policy around this in the future, we would disclose that to you in advance. As always, your privacy is critically important to us, and we try to limit what information we collect and give you control over your privacy on Discord.
- How we explain our Community Guidelines: Our Community Guidelines are the foundation for how we work to keep you safe and give everyone the ability to find belonging on Discord. We’ve added more context and updated our explanations so our rules are easier to understand.
You can find a summary of the changes at the links below, but please do read the revised policies, as they are what actually govern your use of Discord:
Thanks for reading!
Editor's Note: We've released a supplemental blog post providing additional info for our updated Community Guidelines. We encourage you to take a look here.