The main bits
Our community guidelines
These "Terms of Service" are our contract with you. We also have community guidelines, developed thanks to input from the MGER community (not really), that serve as guidelines (not rules) for using MGER publicly. What does that actually mean? It means it's down to us to decide if you're an actual asshole, or just a troll. We prefer the latter, dislike the former.
Things you shouldn't do around here
If someone else owns the copyright to it, don't upload it. This just gives us a lot more work to do to remove it and might actually get us in trouble. Try to keep gore to a minimum, please do not upload "hate speech".
We do not consider "hate speech" a blanket for everything others do not like, instead "hate speech" means for us exactly what "hate speech" is: material that incites violence or crime - that's it. Please do not bother sending us a takedown request because your feelings hurt - unless it's material with actual hate speech in it, we will not take it down. Don't upload illegal content - you should know what illegal content is so we're not going to be making a list, but if it's illegal in your country (i.e content you would get arrested for sending to a police officer) then don't upload it. Try not to use us as your own content delivery network, for example to host images that you use to build a website. Try a content delivery network instead, you'll be much happier.
Reporting 'bad' content
If you have a takedown notice for a specific image, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be clear on why the image is infringing on what, what the image is (a direct link to it on our website) and if it applies, in what territory and under what law it is illegal. Any notice not containing this information, filled with complaints on how it offends you instead, will be ignored.
The images you upload here
You can upload images anonymously and share them online with only the people you choose to share them with. If you make them publicly available, they may be featured in the gallery. If you share an image publicly with Facebook, Twitter, Digg, Reddit, etc., then it may end up in the gallery. You can make an image private only by creating a free account. The free account also includes other features, such disabling EXIF data collection.