In order to share and grow the world’s knowledge, Quora lets you create Spaces so you can express your views and opinions openly with others. Posting content or images that are harmful to others go against this spirit, and discourage others from participating in the conversations that happen on Quora. Keeping this in mind, Space icons, header images, or content that promote any of the following are not allowed and will be removed if created:
- Hate speech: Images or content that disparage against a group based on religion, gender, sexual orientation, disability, race, ethnicity, age, or any other protected class or status are not tolerated and will be removed.
- Harassment: Spaces aren’t allowed to target or negatively attack private individuals or others’ content on Quora (even if the individual’s name is blurred). This includes unwelcome sexual advances or remarks, as well.
- Violent or dangerous: Posting content that encourages or glorifies violence or physical harm are not allowed and will be removed. Learn more
- Spam: Spaces cannot be used to promote or attract spam. Learn more
- Misinformation: Spaces that spread misinformation or fake news are not allowed and will be removed.
- Impersonating another user, brand, or space: Pretending to be someone else, or making it seem like a brand, existing Space, or published content is your own is not permitted. This includes representing another person's writing as your own.
- Using the Quora brand/logo: To prevent non-official Quora spaces being perceived as endorsed or overseen by Quora, using the Quora logo (or similar variations of it) in Space icons or cover photos is not allowed.
- Adult content in space names, icons, and cover photos: Because Space names, icons, and cover photos appear throughout the site, sex-related or graphically violent content or imagery are not permitted within them.
Violating these rules could result in your account getting restricted, losing the ability to create a Space, and/or having the Space suspended.