Virtual Event Code of Conduct
Creating a respectful environment is extremely important to Snowflake. Snowflake’s Virtual Event Code of Conduct (“Code”) explains the behavior we expect from everyone participating in Snowflake’s virtual events (including but not limited to attendees, vendors, sponsors, speakers, volunteers, moderators, and Snowflake employees). By attending a Snowflake virtual event, you are agreeing to follow this Code with respect to your participation at the event as well as Snowflake blogs, online forums, and social media platforms.
1. You must behave in a way that facilitates a safe and respectful environment for all event participants
2. You may not engage in disruptive speech or behavior or otherwise interfere with other individuals’ participation in Snowflake events or the operation of Snowflake events.
3. You may not attempt to receive benefits that you are not entitled to at or in connection with Snowflake events.
4. You may not engage in any form of harassing, offensive, discriminatory, or threatening speech or behavior, including but not limited to relating to race, gender, gender identity and expression, national origin, religion, disability, marital status, age, sexual orientation, military or veteran status, or other protected category.
5. You are prohibited from engaging in any boisterous, lewd or offensive behavior or language, from using sexually explicit or offensive language or conduct, profanity, obscene gestures, or from making any racial, religious, sexual, gender, or ethnic slur.
6. You may not showcase or promote any illegal item or substance in conversation, chat, photo, video, or text.
7. You may not share your event login credentials with other individuals.
8. You may only share content (for example, slides or information) if Snowflake allows you to do so. If you choose to share information or content, you represent that you are legally permitted to do so.
9. You will comply with all instructions of Snowflake event staff and any event-specific requirements.
10. You will comply with all applicable laws.
Additionally, if we believe that you breached this Code in the context of a Snowflake event, we may require you to leave the event. In addition, we may prohibit you from attending future Snowflake events and interacting across Snowflake blogs, online forums, and social media platforms. If we require you to leave a Snowflake event, you will not be eligible to receive a refund of any fees paid to us related to the event. All determinations are at our sole discretion. We will involve law enforcement if we deem appropriate.
If you have a complaint or concern about any conduct that violates this Code, we encourage you to contact us immediately. If you witness this happening to someone else, please report that, too.
Contact via email: [email protected]
This Code of Conduct may be revised at any time by Snowflake and is without prejudice to Snowflake’s rights, all of which it expressly reserves.