Spam and phishing
Spam ruins everyone's experience on Justin.tv and nobody likes it. Don't create misleading channel descriptions, tags, titles or channel images in order to raise your channel views. It's not okay to post large amounts of untargeted, unwanted or repetitive content, including comments and private messages. And remember, Justin.tv Staff and Admins will never ask you for your password. If they don't have a Staff or Admin icon by their name, they are not a member of the Justin.tv team.
If you find a channel or user who you think is spamming or phishing, please report them for review by the Justin.tv team. For more information on spam and phishing please visit the National Cyber Security Alliance.
If your account has been compromised by a phising attack, contact Justin.tv Staff who can help you with your compromised account. If someone you know has had their account compromised, the person whose account has been compromised needs to notify us directly. If you're not that person, we unfortunately can't resolve this issue. If you know this person, tell them to contact us directly if they want us to help them with their issue.
- Never give your password out to anyone!
- If you feel that someone may have gained access to your account, change your email address and password to maintain the security of your account.
- Spamming is not tolerated on Justin.tv. Spammers will be banned from Justin.tv and will no longer be allowed to create new accounts
- Install a good anti-spyware program such as STOPZilla to prevent attackers from gaining access to your computer