You can upload up to 99 images at a time, the maximum size of all uploaded images should be under 50 MB.
Right now the following formats are supported: JPEG, JPG, PNG, and GIF and we are working on making our platform compatible with other formats.
We guarantee safe storage for anonymously uploaded images for 6 months, after which our platform will determine if the images are being in use based on requests it receives and then it will extend or end the period.
Simply fill in the registration form on your registration page and you are all set. Make sure you use a valid email address to register, as you will need it if you lose your password.
Your public profile will be created after you sign-up. You can then set up your profile picture, website, bio, etc. by visiting the account settings page.
Also, you can choose to keep your profile private.
If you lost your password, you can ask us to reset it using the password recovery page.
We will email you a password reset link and you'll regain control over your account in no time.
If you no longer have access to the email you used to create your account, use the contact form to get in touch and one member of our staff will guide you through a verification process, then you'll be granted access.
Our platform uses A.I. to detect graphic violence, adult content, hateful imagery, and anything else that may be considered offensive when an image gets uploaded and will notify the viewers accordingly before showing the image anywhere on our platform.
A.I. is also used to enforce our zero-tolerance policy towards any material (media, text, illustrated, or computer-generated images) that features or promotes child sexual exploitation - the consequence for violating our child sexual exploitation policy is immediate and permanent suspension.
Besides, any image uploaded that was identified as containing private information such as home addresses, identity documents, non-public contact information, financial information, etc. will be instantly removed from our platform as we believe that sharing private information can pose serious safety & security risks for those affected.
We respond to copyright complaints submitted under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DMCA”), you can submit a complaint using our contact page and a member of our staff will process it and get in touch with you. Before you submit a copyright complaint, please make sure it's not a case of fair use.
A copyright complaint should contain the following information: