Audio content rules
This article is a part of Believe's Audio Content Guidelines.
Reminder: An audio (or video) file is mandatory to create a release.
Audio content rules include but are not limited to :
Pornographic content. Audio displaying pornographic content is not accepted. Pornography refers to content that is designed to cause sexual excitement by showing or describing sexual acts. (Collins dictionary).
Nazi propaganda. Content that trivializes or downplays national socialism is not accepted.
Terrorism. Audio displaying terrorist content or promoting terrorist activities is not accepted.
Cultural sensitivities. (according to stores policies and territorial legislation) Audio promoting or displaying any form of hate speech, children safety issues, harassment, extreme violence, xenophobic content or any other discriminatory content may not be accepted.
Delivery to the Middle East & Northern Africa (MENA). Content managers check if the content is fit for delivery to the Middle Eastern and Northern African territories (commonly referred to as "MENA"). If it is not, the release will be excluded from delivery to MENA. Content that is not fit for delivery to the MENA region includes but is not limited to blasphemous content or Israeli content intended for delivery to Lebanon.
Believe will have complete freedom to adapt its content guidelines regarding delivery to sensitive territories, at its sole discretion, from time to time.