Greetings everyone! There have been some changes made to the Terms of Service regarding following: Update to  Play Nice Clauses  section in regards to copyright infringement Update to  International Users  section in regards to data transfer A new section  Data Retention  providing a timeline for data retention In addition to updates to the Terms of Service, we have also updated a portion of our Code of Conduct: Update to  Inclusivity  section for clarity. Terms of Service Updates You can view the changes and updates to the  Terms of Service  below (underlined sections are new): Play Nice Clauses You agree that you shall not: Create, facilitate, or participate in any games intended primarily to disseminate copyrighted material. International Users The Roll20 service can be accessed from countries around the world and may contain references to Orr Group products, services and programs that are not available in your country. These references do not imply that Orr Group intends to announce such products, services or programs in your country. The Site is controlled, operated and administered by The Orr Group, LLC and its affiliates from their offices within the United States of America. Orr Group makes no representation that the Roll20 service and Orr Group materials are appropriate or available for use at other locations outside the United States, and access to the Site from territories where the Site, the Services or Materials are illegal is prohibited. If you access the Site from a location outside the United States, you are responsible for compliance with all local laws , and you consent to transfer of your data for processing in the United States. Data Retention (New Section) In order to provide our services to you, we will retain your information for the duration of your membership in the Roll20 service, and unless you request that we delete your information sooner, for one (1) year thereafter. Code of Conduct Update You can view the changes and updates to the  Code of Conduct  below: Inclusivity All Looking For Group postings should be in the spirit of inclusion as opposed to exclusion. This will allow you to best attract the gaming group you wish to interact with instead of attempting to repel those you don't. Two important caveats to this: You may advertise seeking to associate with those whom you share a common background (gender, cultural background, etc.). However, if in this process your post is discriminatory, inflammatory, or spends time on exclusion-- particularly towards those that face systemic oppression-- the post will be removed and be subject to further moderation as necessary. You may not create a post seeking someone of a different background that you do not share. While we appreciate your desire for inclusion, specifically targeting a group in your post becomes an issue of tokenism and is not permitted. This will result in your post being removed and further moderation as necessary. Regards, The Roll20 Team