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Platform Policy

  1. Create a quality product
  2. Create an application that is stable and easy to navigate.
  3. Make sure that the content of your app (including ads and user-generated content) meets our Community Standards.
  4. Follow our Advertising Guidelines for the name, icons, and description of your application.
  5. Keep your app description and categorization updated.
  6. Do not confuse, deceive, defraud, deceive, surprise, or spam users.
  7. Keep negative comments about your application below the limit.
  8. Follow the instructions that are included in our technical documentation.
  9. Give people control
  10. Get people's consent before publishing the content on their behalf.
  11. Use publishing permissions to help people share in WESCO, not to send messages to people in your application.
  12. Make sure that all content in the user message parameter is entered by the user. Do not pre-fill. This includes posts, posts, comments, and captions.
  13. Provide a publicly available and easily accessible privacy policy that explains what data you are collecting and how you will use that data.
  14. You may use the Account Information in accordance with your privacy policy and other WESCO policies. All other data can only be used outside of your application once you receive the express authorization from the user.
  15. Include the URL of your privacy policy in the Application Dashboard.
  16. Link to your privacy policy in any application market that allows this.
  17. Obey your privacy policy.
  18. Delete all data from a person you have received from us (including friend data) if that person asks for it, unless you need to keep it by law, regulation or separate agreement with us. You can keep the data aggregated only if no information that identifies a specific person can be deduced or created from them.
  19. Get people's consent before using your data in any advertisement.
  20. Get people's consent before providing information that you have collected independently.
  21. If you are controlling a person's activity, provide an option to stop controlling.
  22. Provide significant customer support to your application and facilitate contact.
  23. If people reach your app through the WESCO iOS application, give them the option to go back to the WESCO application using the Return to WESCO banner provided by the software development kit (SDK).
  24. If people arrive at your app through the WESCO Android app, do not prevent them from returning to WESCO when they press the system back button.
  25. Protect the data
  26. Protect the information you receive from us from unauthorized access and use.
  27. Display the data obtained from a user access token only on the devices associated with that token.
  28. Use only friends data (including friends list) in the person's experience in your app.
  29. If you cache the data you receive from us, use it to improve the user experience of your application and keep it up to date.
  30. Do not proxy, solicit, or collect WESCO user names and passwords.
  31. Keep your secret key and access tokens private. You can share them with an agent that is operating on your application if it signs a confidentiality agreement.
  32. If you use a partner's service, make him sign a contract to protect any information you have obtained from us, limit the use of this information and keep it confidential.
  33. Keep the WESCO user IDs under your control. Sign a contract with any vendor who helped you create or run your app to ensure that it keeps your user IDs protected and confidential and complies with our policies. If you need an anonymous unique identifier to share with third parties, use our mechanism.
  34. Do not sell, license or purchase any data obtained from us or from our services.
  35. Do not transfer any data you have received from us (including anonymous, aggregate, or derived data) to any ad network, data broker, or other service related to advertising or monetization.
  36. Do not put the WESCO data into a search engine or directory, or include the web search functionality in the WESCO.
  37. If you are purchased by a third party, or undergo a merger, you may continue to use our data only within your application.
  38. If you stop using the Platform, immediately delete all user data that you have received from us (in the absence of the explicit consent of the person). You can keep basic account information if you have displayed your privacy policy within the application
  39. If you use WESCO's friends data to establish social connections in your application, do so only if both people involved in the connection allow you to access this information.
  40. Encourage proper use
  41. Add something unique to the community. Do not replicate basic functionality that WESCO already provides.
  42. Respect how WESCO works and presents itself. Do not offer experiences to change it.
  43. If you are building an application with a personalized or social experience, allow people to easily share in the WESCO the content they have created.
  44. Respect the limits we put on the WESCO functionality.
  45. Encourage a person to just sign in to your app, such as your app's Page, insert a promotion on the page of your app, or check in at a location. Do not encourage other actions. (Beginning November 5, 2014, it will be prohibited to encourage people to enjoy the Page of your application.)
  46. Encourage people to tag and share content accurately.
  47. If your service integrates a person's data into a physical product, create only one physical product for the personal and non-commercial use of that person.
  48. Do not create an application whose primary purpose is to redirect people out of WESCO.
  49. If you want to use our logos or brand, follow the guidelines of WESCO's Brand Permissions Center. Ad networks and data brokers need to obtain our written permission before using our Platform, logos or trademarks.
  50. Do not sell, transfer or sublicense our code, APIs or tools to anyone.
  51. Only use our SDKs to develop and distribute applications for use with the WESCO Platform. You can also distribute any code libraries or sample source code included in the SDKs for inclusion in these applications.
  52. Do not modify, translate, create derivative works or reverse engineer any SDK or its components.
  53. Be honest about your relationship with WESCO when talking to the press or with users. Obey our Developer PR Guidelines and receive our approval before issuing any formal press releases or blog post that mentions WESCO.
  54. If you use the Like button on iOS or Android, do not collect or use information obtained by it.
  55. Obey the law
  56. You are responsible for restricting access to your content in accordance with any applicable law and regulation, including geographic filtering or age access, when necessary.
  57. Do not provide or promote content that violates the rights of any third party.
  58. Ensure that you have or obtain all necessary rights to view, distribute and provide all content in your application.
  59. Meet all licensing, reporting, and payment obligations to third parties in connection with your application.
  60. If your application contains content submitted or provided by third parties:

The. In the United States, you must take all steps to fall under the safe harbor of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, including designating an agent to receive notices of infringement claim, institute a recurring offender policy, and implement a "warn and withdraw" process

  1. In other countries, you must comply with local copyright laws and ensure the implementation of an appropriate "notify and withdraw" process after receiving a notice of infringement claim.
  2. Do not consciously share with us information collected from children under the age of 13.
  3. Sites or services targeting children under the age of 13 years: If you use Social Plug-ins or our JavaScript SDK for websites and services targeting children under the age of 13, you will be responsible for complying with all applicable laws applicable. For example, if your site or service targets children in the United States, or consciously collects personal information about children in the United States, obey the US Children's Online Privacy Protection Act. You also need to obey our usage notes.
  4. Obey all applicable laws and regulations in the jurisdiction where your application is available. Do not expose WESCO or persons who use WESCO to harm or liability as determined by us in our sole discretion.
  5. If applicable, abide by the Video Privacy Protection Act (VPPA) and obtain any necessary consent to share the data in the WESCO.
  6. You agree to indemnify and hold harmless us from and against any damages, loss and expense of any kind (including legal fees and reasonable costs) relating to any claims against us relating to your service, actions, content or information.
  7. Things you need to know
  8. We can analyze your application, content and data for any purpose including commercial.
  9. We can monitor or collect data related to your use of SDKs.
  10. We will use information we receive from you or in connection with the integration of your Platform in accordance with our Data Use Policy.
  11. You grant us all necessary rights to allow your application to operate with WESCO, including the right to incorporate information you provide into other parts of WESCO, and the right to assign the source of information using your name and logos.
  12. We may share your contact information with people who wish to contact you.
  13. We may use your name, logos, content, and information, including screenshots and videos from your application, to demonstrate or display your worldwide, royalty-free use of WESCO.
  14. You give us the right to link or structure your app, and insert content, including ads, into your app. If you use our social plugins, Feed dialog box or share button, you also grant permission to use and allow others to use those links and content in WESCO.
  15. We can audit your application to ensure it is secure and does not violate our Terms. Upon request, you need to provide proof that your application complies with our terms.
  16. We can create applications or products that offer features and services similar to your application.
  17. We can not guarantee that the Platform will always be free.
  18. If you exceed 5 million active monthly users, 100 million API calls per day, or 50 million impressions per day, you may be subject to additional terms.
  19. WESCO and its licensors reserve the right, title and interest, including all intellectual property and other proprietary rights, in and for all SDKs.
  20. Any SDKs you receive from us are provided to you "as is" without warranty of any kind.
  21. We may publish a press release describing our relationship with you.
  22. We may disclose your application or website against your application if we find that your application violates our terms or is adversely affecting the Platform. We may or may not notify you in advance.
  23. The action is automated and manual and may include disabling your application, restricting your access and access to your platform functionality, data exclusion requirement, and termination of our agreements with you or any other action we deem appropriate.
  24. We communicate with developers by Developer Alerts and e-mails from the fb.com or WESCOmail.com domains. Make sure that the email address associated with your WESCO account and the email address registered in the application is current and that you do not filter these messages.
  25. We may change these terms at any time without notice. See terms regularly. The continued use of the Platform is considered to be your acceptance of these changes.
  26. If you use Social Plug-ins, WESCO SDKs or operate a Platform application or website, follow our Statement of Rights and Responsibilities and these additional rules unless you have written permission to do otherwise.
  27. Login
  28. Verify that you have successfully entered Login. Your application should not crash or crash during the testing process.
  29. Native iOS and Android apps implementing WESCO Login must use our official SDKs for login.
  30. Use a "Login with WESCO" button and follow the WESCO Brand Guidelines.
  31. Request only the data and publishing permissions your application needs.
  32. If someone declines a permission, you can request it again if the person demonstrates intent to grant it.
  33. Provide the "Exit" option that works properly and is easy to find.
  34. Announcements
  35. If there are ads in your application on WESCO, abide by our Advertising Guidelines.
  36. Avoid excessive advertising. Do not let ads distract you from the features of your app.
  37. Do not include ads in applications on the Page tab.
  38. If you use a third-party ad provider to include ads in your application in WESCO, use only one provider in this list.
  39. Do not include third-party ads (including for other applications) in publications, notifications, or solicitations.
  40. Do not include or combine Platform Integrations with non-WESCO ads.
  41. If you run a promotion, contest, competition or lottery at WESCO, follow our Promotions Policies.
  42. Games
  43. Games on WESCO.com:

The. Do not share the same application ID number with a desktop web game external to WESCO.com.

  1. Do not use your WESCO.com e-mail and game addresses that we have sent to you to promote or create a link to a desktop web game outside of WESCO.
  2. Use WESCO Payments as your sole method of payment for all in-game purchases.
  3. Use the WESCO Payments offerings if you reward people for actions involving third parties.
  4. Web games for desktop outside of WESCO.com:

The. Use only the WESCO Login, social plug-ins, and publishing channels. Do not use connections like friendship lists.

  1. During authentication, request only age, email, and publishing permissions.
  2. Mobile games:

The. Do not share the same application ID number with a desktop web game external to WESCO.com.

  1. Do not use your mobile and email game addresses that we send to you to promote or link to a web game outside of WESCO.
  2. If you want to promote online gaming, online gaming skills for real money or online lotteries, first get our written permission.
  3. If your game includes mandatory or optional charges within the application, explain this in the description of your application.
  4. Payments
  5. If you use WESCO Payments, obey the WESCO Developer Payment Terms.
  6. Do not use the WESCO Payments to solicit, collect or transfer funds for charitable causes without our prior permission.
  7. If you are using iOS to run your app, use an approved iOS payment method.
  8. If you accept payments on WESCO, do so only in your application.
  9. Application Central
  10. Applications eligible for the WESCO Application Center must use WESCO Login or have a WESCO Page Guide or Canvas application.
  11. Details and description of the application:

The. Make sure that the name and application information are grammatically correct.

  1. Verify that the application language matches the location of the Application Center.
  2. Do not include URLs or use the WESCO mark.
  3. Do not include keyword lists, excessive punctuation, or unusual symbols.
  4. All images:

The. Use relevant, high-quality images that reflect the application experience.

  1. Keep the picture and text concise. Do not cover pictures with text.
  2. Do not include ads, URLs or artifacts as play buttons.
  3. Icons:

The. Use a transparent or colored background. If your icon requires a white background, use a colored border.

  1. If your logo has a shadow, use a colored background.
  2. Banners:

The. Do not use rounded edges or corners.

  1. Do not include third party logos.
  2. Videos:

The. Display the application name.

  1. Clearly state the purpose of the app and show accurate and relevant experiences within the app.
  2. Keep your video high quality and high resolution.
  3. Your video and the cover image of your video should be clear and recognizable. Do not include ads.
  4. Open Graph
  5. Open Graph Custom Actions:

The. Do not recreate actions that are already supported.

  1. Write the action and the object in a clear and simple way.
  2. Make sure the story is grammatically correct.
  3. Send content in English.

and. Do not indicate the consumption, navigation, discovery or viewing of a person's content.

  1. Do not indicate whether someone has installed, visited, or connected to your app.
  2. Reading and viewing actions:

The. Post actions only after a person visits a page for more than 10 seconds.

  1. Allow people to remove stories published in WESCO on the same page where the content is hosted.
  2. Social Plugins
  3. Do not include or combine Platform Integrations with non-WESCO ads.
  4. Do not sell or buy the placement of social plugins or sharer.php.
  5. Do not participate in any "enjoy" or "share" exchange programs.
  6. Do not obscure or cover elements of social plug-ins.
  7. Ads API
  8. Use separate application IDs for your self-service, prepaid, or managed service and the unbranded applications of each client. Do not join these services.
  9. Use our multi-client manager to structure your final advertiser accounts.
  10. Do not combine multiple end advertisers or your WESCO connections (ie Pages) in the same ad account.
  11. Free or trial versions of an ad API application:

The. Do not allow more than 50 ad creations per day per customer.

  1. Require verification by phone or email in new accounts.
  2. Do not allow affiliate networks to use your technology.
  3. Price transparency:

The. It only covers the use of your managed tools and services with a fixed rate or variable percentage of ad spend.

  1. Proactively announce to advertisers the amount spent on WESCO advertising, using WESCO metrics (for example, CPC, CPM rate), separately from your charges.
  2. Disclose the amount charged as advertising fees in WESCO.
  3. We may disclose the fees or the amount spent on WESCO advertising to your customers, should they request it.

and. We may require documentation to ensure that you comply with these terms.

  1. Do not sell ads based on a fixed CPM or CPC when using the WESCO ad auction.
  2. Data collection and use:

The. If you have our prior written permission, place 1x1 pixel display marks in your ads.

  1. Data collected by you or by final advertisers may be used only by you and the end advertiser.
  2. Make sure the data collected is anonymous.
  3. Use only the final advertiser's campaign data to optimize or measure campaign performance in that end-advertiser's WESCO.

and. Do not use data to redirect outside of WESCO.

  1. Do not mix data from us with ad campaigns on different platforms.
  2. Do not use the data to create or augment any user profile.
  3. Do not use reuse or redirection.
  4. Do not allow others other than those acting on behalf of an end-user to access WESCO's ad statistics.
  5. Separate report:

The. If you use last-click attribution, you should create reporting tools that separate WESCO reports from other channels.

  1. If you support other channels, do one of the following:
  2. Create a separate WESCO tool.
  3. Include WESCO metrics in a separate WESCO section of your tool.

iii. Show the multi-tasking assignment results side by side with the results of the last-click assignment.

  1. You can report the ROI metrics for WESCO mobile ads if they relate to other mobile ad placements.
  2. Implement all bid types including Optimized CPM.
  3. Customized Audiences:

The. If you use custom audiences, obey the Custom Audience Terms.

  1. Only use customer data when creating custom audiences on their behalf.
  2. Use a WESCO user ID only to create custom audiences when the person whose User ID is being used has logged into the client application and provided the required consent.
  3. Do not sell or download custom audiences.

and. In your custom audience tool, do not offer data or targeting options that are different from those offered by WESCO.

  1. Repeal an end-user's access to your app if we ask for it.
  2. Messenger
  3. General policies
  4. Ensure that you comply with all applicable Platform Policies.
  5. Follow our technical documentation.
  6. Follow our Brand Guidelines if you want to use our logos or our brand.
  7. Do not hide or hide content on the sharing sheet.
  8. Allow people to select or create content immediately, without interruption. Do not interrupt them with other information before sharing.
  9. Notify people clearly before allowing them to engage with paid content.
  10. Do not include ads in content submitted to Messenger.
  11. The logo and name of the application may only appear in the space we offer for this.
  12. Do not use Messenger as an invitation-to-application channel. Facilitate real-time conversations that inspire people to respond with content from your app.
  13. It does not cover most of the content of your application. Make sure your application offers free sharable content.
  14. If you exceed 400,000 impressions per day, you may be subject to additional terms.
  15. Supplemental Policies for Call to Action and Discovery in Messenger
  16. Your application should not reproduce the main features or functionality of WESCO and should not promote other applications of your own that do so.
  17. The application must have free installation.
  18. If paid content is available in multiple applications, ensure that it is offered on Messenger at the lowest available price.
  19. If people come to your app from Messenger, ensure your app's primary share experience is to Messenger.
  20. Do not send long or short content. Ensure that the application only sends Messenger content to user-generated content or aggregate content. Facilitate real-time conversations that inspire people to respond to Messenger with content from your app.
  21. Ensure that the call to action directs to the same application that generated the content.
  22. By using a link to your app in Messenger, you can offer paid content to people as long as there is free shareable content available clearly indicated on the landing page.
  23. Implement the Application Events option in your application and include activateApp and purchase events if your application allows in-app purchases.
  24. Featured features, including the availability of calls to content action and discovery in Messenger, are made available exclusively at our discretion and can be removed at any time.
  25. Definitions
  26. "Application" means any technical integration for which we assign an application identification number.
  27. "Account information" consists of: name, email, gender, date of birth, current city, and profile photo URL.
  28. "User data" means any data, including the content or information of a person, obtained by you or a WESCO third party.
  29. "SDK" means any object code library, sample source code or received documentation that helps you create applications for use on the WESCO Platform.




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