- i. We prohibit adware links, engage in dangerous or fraudulent downloads, or engage in practices that can be harmful to our users.
- ii. Websites hacked by experts who engage in illicit operations for money or other malicious goals, or it could have been marked for distributing malware.
- iii. Websites that include adult, erotic, pornographic, browser mining, hacking scripts, and connections to unlawful, illegal, terrorist, URL shorteners, redirects and objectionable content are also prohibited.
- iv. Or links or pages submitted that have policy breaches, content violations, and a variety of other quality issues, serious concerns, and legal implications that can harm our users.
It must be noticed that the terms "blocklist" and "blacklist" are often used similarly, but the tech sector is moving away from the use of "blacklist."