Our mission

At FindMino, our mission is to help you discover and do what you actually care about. That means showing you ideas that are relevant, interesting and personal to you, and making sure you don’t see anything that’s inappropriate or spammy. And we like to support communities in connecting their members in order to share the community’s wisdom around career choice and development. No surprise we care a lot about the ‘FindMino community’ to operate as a safe and positive environment.

These guidelines are our acceptable use policy and clarify what we do and don’t allow on FindMino. We respect them when we list certain external sites or home made content, but expect you to do the same. If you come across an item, comment or message that seems to break these rules, you can report it to us by sending an email to [email protected].  Where available, we look to external research and guidance from subject matter experts as we work to keep FindMino safe.


Our team works hard to keep divisive, disturbing or unsafe content off FindMino. Some types of content we delete, other stuff we just hide from public areas. We automatically block words that are obviously offensive, and may adjust the words listed going forward.

We remove porn. We may hide nudity or erotica.

We remove content that physically or sexually exploits people. We work with law enforcement to address the sexualization of minors.

We remove images that show gratuitous violence or promote or glorify violence. 

We remove anything that promotes self-harm, like self mutilation, eating disorders or drug abuse.

We remove hate speech and discrimination, or groups and people that advocate either.

We remove content used to threaten or organize violence or support violent organizations.

We remove attacks on private people or sharing of personally identifiable information.

We remove content used to sell or buy regulated goods, like drugs, alcohol, tobacco, firearms and other hazardous materials.

We remove accounts that impersonate any person or organization.

We remove harmful advice, content that targets individuals or protected groups and content created as part of disinformation campaigns.

Intellectual property and other rights

To respect the rights of people on and off FindMino, please:

Don’t infringe anyone’s intellectual property, privacy or other rights.

Don’t do anything or post any content that violates laws or regulations.

Don’t use FindMino’s name, logo or trademark in a way that confuses people (check out our brand guidelines for more details).

Site security and access

To keep FindMino secure, we ask that you please:

Don’t access, use or tamper with our systems or our technical providers’ systems.

Don’t break or circumvent our security measures or test the vulnerability of our systems or networks, except as part of an authorized FindMino program.

Don’t use any undocumented or unsupported method to access, search, scrape, download or change any part of FindMino.

Don’t try to reverse engineer our software.

Don’t try to interfere with people on FindMino or our hosts or networks, like sending a virus, overloading, spamming or mail-bombing.

Don’t collect or store personally identifiable information from FindMino or people on FindMino without permission.

Don’t share your password, let anyone access your account or do anything that might put your account at risk.

Don’t sell access to your account, or username, or otherwise transfer account features for compensation.

Spam and quality

We want FindMino to be high-quality and useful, so we prioritize things that are actionable and provide consistent, enriching experiences. This includes:

User friendly formatting that makes it easy for people to find what they’re looking for. 

We –if we can- remove spam and other disruptive content including:

Unsolicited commercial messages.

Misleading content or behavior.


Don’t suggest that FindMino sponsors or endorses you.

Do review our brand guidelines for general rules about using the FindMino brand.

Lastly, be sure to follow all relevant laws and regulations.

Last adjusted Dec 1, 2020