Our safety & privacy systems and teams are constantly evolving and innovating to ensure everyone feels safe on Roblox, every day.
Securing Your Account
Use strong passwords
You should have a different password for every online account you have. Don’t re-use a password. If anyone asks for your login, do not give it to them and be sure to check that you are on the legitimate Roblox.com site.
Also keep in mind that Roblox employees, including Customer Support, will never ask you for your password, so be mindful of nefarious users that ask you to share your screen, password, and 2-Step Verification ("2SV") codes.
Add an email address or phone number to your account
Add an email address or phone number to your account. This makes it easier to reset your password if you forget it and easier for us to help you when you contact us.
Make sure only you have access to the email address or phone number. If you put someone else’s information, they will receive the reset instructions and can then gain access to your account and lock you out of it.
Once you’ve added your email address or phone number, verify them by way of the account verification instructions. A key benefit to adding a verified email address to your account is that you will get email notifications for the following events:
Every time there is a new login event (a login that occurs from a new device or IP address) on your account
Every time a trade or transaction attempt is made that requires 2-Step Verification
The notification email will contain approximated info on the event time, regional location, and device.
Enable the 2-Step Verification feature to improve your account security. When you log in, you’ll be asked to enter a unique code from your chosen 2-Step Verification method.
This helps protect your account by adding an extra layer of verification. Follow these 2-Step Verification instructions.
Manage your sessions
The Where you’re logged in section within your account security settings will show all logged-in sessions (along with approximate regional location, “last active” timing, and device for each session). From this view, you can choose to log out of individual sessions of your choice. Learn more about session management.
Interacting with the community
Chat with voice
Chat with voice allows eligible 13+ users to communicate using their voice in Roblox experiences. You can opt into Chat with voice by visiting your Settings page. To keep you and the community safe, we have the following safety features:
You can mute users by clicking the speaker over their avatar’s head or next to their name in the Menu and block users either in experiences or via their profile page.
You have the ability to report abuse and can do this by specifying “Voice” abuse when using the Report Abuse tool.
Roblox reserves the right to remove users from using Chat with voice at any time.
We filter text chat on the platform to block inappropriate content, such as discriminatory speech, bullying, extremism, violence, sexual content, etc., as well as personal information and offsite links. We update our filters continuously, multiple times a day and filter text in multiple languages.
We apply stricter filtering policies to users 12 years old and younger. For example, words that are unknown to Roblox will be filtered for our younger users.
Blocking other users
You shouldn’t have to interact with anyone you don’t want to, which is why you have the option to block users from talking to you on Roblox.
For information about blocking another user from contacting or chatting, click here.
Reporting rule violations
We take violations of our Community Standards very seriously, and we’ve created tools to help the Roblox community report any inappropriate behavior.
You have the ability to report abuse from everywhere in the apps and experiences. To learn more about reporting violations to our moderation team, click here.
Users within experiences can also specify “Voice” or “Text” chat abuse when using our Report Abuse tool.
Discovering suitable content
Age Verification is a new feature that is currently in testing on Roblox. Age Verification will allow you to access innovative social capabilities and age-appropriate content while also ensuring the safety of our community.
To learn how to verify your age ID, click here.
Experience Guidelines recommends the content suitability of an experience. Age recommendations are grounded in child development research and informed by industry standards. You can use parental controls to manage the age-rated content your child has access to.
Protecting your information
Our commitment to privacy
Adjusting your privacy & chat settings
You have the ability to limit or disable who can chat with you, both in-app or in-experience, who can send you messages, and who can follow you into experiences you are in or invite you to private servers.
To learn how to review and edit your settings see here.
Combating fraud and scams
We do not tolerate fraud and scams, and have stringent rules and monitoring processes aimed at combating them. For example, we don’t allow links to third-party sites that could be used to trick users into handing over cash, items, or Robux.
Device camera privacy
When a user enables use of their device camera on Roblox, any information provided by their camera is deleted in real-time and cannot be shared. Video from their camera never leaves their device.
Ad Safety and Privacy
We are committed to building our advertising platform on our foundation of safety and civility by making ads on Roblox safe, transparent, and respectful of user privacy.
How Roblox-served ads work
We provide advertising as a way to drive meaningful engagement between our creators and people on Roblox.
Advertisers can purchase the following types of ads which are served by Roblox: Sponsored Experiences, Sponsored Items, User Ads, and Immersive Ads (which we are currently testing).
Sponsored Items advertise 3D user-generated content created on Roblox. These ads appear as 3D UGC item tiles in the rows marked as “Sponsored” in the Marketplace, on an item’s detail page and in search results.
User Ads advertise experiences users can play, items they can purchase in the Marketplace, or groups they can join. User Ads appear as banner and skyscraper ads on the perimeter of the Roblox website.
Immersive Ads are engaging, native ads within Roblox experiences. We are currently testing Immersive Ads with a small set of developers that are inserting ad units into their experiences using tools from Roblox Studio. Roblox programmatically serves ad content from advertisers within these ad units. The test involves the immersive ad image format and portal format which seamlessly transports people back and forth between experiences. Publishers, which are the developers of experiences in which immersive ads appear, will receive a revenue share on the advertiser’s spend on the image impressions and portal teleports that originate in their experience.
For Sponsored Experiences, Sponsored Items and User Ads, the higher an advertiser sets their daily budget in relation to other advertiser bids, the more likely their ad will reach their audience. When a person clicks any of these ads, it opens the main page within Roblox of whatever is being advertised.
What are Independent Ads
Independent ads are advertising content that developers may publish on their own, separate from Roblox’s ad systems. Developers on Roblox are creative, and independent ads may take many forms. For example, instead of using immersive ads, developers may independently publish advertising content in their experiences. Independent ads are allowed on our platform as long as the implementation is compliant with our Independent Advertisement Publishing policy.
Advertising Standards for All Ad Content on Roblox
In addition to our Community Standards, advertising content on Roblox, whether independent ads or Roblox-served ads, must abide by our Advertising Standards.
These standards include the practices and content categories Roblox prohibits in advertisements to keep ads on Roblox safe, transparent and respectful of user privacy. Included within these standards is that we prohibit ads from being shown to people under the age of 13, and for people 13 and older who are eligible to see ads, ads must be clearly and prominently disclosed using simple and understandable language.
Ad privacy and your personal information
We are committed to protecting our community’s personal information and privacy.
For Roblox-served ads, we use a limited set of information that you provided when you signed up for a Roblox account: age, gender (optional), device type, language and country.
Age: Advertisers can reach people ages 13 and older by selecting an age range (13-16, 17+), or a free-form age selector.
Gender: Advertisers can choose the genders male, female, or any.
Device Type: The device types that advertisers can choose are mobile, desktop, tablet, or console.
Country: Your country is determined by your current IP address. Advertisers can choose to have their ads reach people in a certain country or countries.
Language: Your language is determined by the language you set for your account. Advertisers can choose to have their ads reach people by the language they set for their account.
We are building our ad system with privacy at the center of all we do. That’s why the Roblox ad system contains these features and policies:
Roblox does not track your off-Roblox activity. The ads we serve are based on information you provide when you engage directly with Roblox. In fact, ads may not contain URLs, partial links, QR codes, or any other way to transfer people off of the Roblox platform.
We do not use third-party trackers such as pixels to serve ads on the Roblox platform.
We do not share your personal information with third-party advertisers through the Roblox ads system.
We do not run ads that contain personally identifiable information (PII). For example, Roblox may reject advertisements with phone numbers or faces of individuals.
The data we provide to our advertisers and publishers is always and only based on data related to their ad campaign and reported in aggregate. These include standard ad metrics such as impressions, clicks, and conversions.
We also keep your data and personal information safe by ensuring the greater community abides by our strict privacy-related policies:
Roblox does not allow the use of third-party ad servers in the design of experiences, due to the risk of bypassing content moderation and exfiltrating people’s data.
Publishers must maintain full control of independent advertisement delivery. If a developer shows independent ads in their experience, that experience may not make programmatic calls to third-party advertising services.
We have also made it clearer in our Advertiser and Publisher Integrity sections of our Advertising Standards all the ways to engage our community with integrity and respect.
Ad content safety and civility
We want advertising on Roblox to embrace our company values of safety, civility and optimism, while being useful and engaging to the people it is trying to reach.
We have Community Standards that prohibit hate speech, dangerous acts, illegal goods, and other kinds of harmful content, and we hold advertisers to those same standards at a minimum to protect our community.
To keep people ages 13 and older who are eligible to see ads safe, we have Prohibited Advertising Practices and Content requirements within our Advertising Standards that detail out the content, products, or services Roblox prohibits in advertisements. These categories should be considered a layer on top of our foundational Community Standards.
To ensure ad content safety, every asset uploaded into the Roblox ad system is reviewed before it becomes available on our platform for people to see.
We also encourage our people to report ad content they feel uncomfortable or concerned about. Our safety team investigates reports and takes appropriate action as quickly as possible. Moderation actions can include a warning, temporary suspension, account deletion, content removal. We also reserve the right to make reports to authorities.
To learn more about reporting violations to our moderation team, check out How to Report Rule Violations.
Transparency and disclosures
We want our community to understand the context of the content they are seeing. All ads on Roblox must clearly and prominently be disclosed to people ages 13 and older using simple and understandable language.
All Roblox-served ads that Roblox is paid to place are clearly marked, either in the “Sponsored” section of the Home, Discover, or Marketplace pages, or with an “Ad” label.
We are dedicated to learning and evolving
We’re always making improvements and investing in what works for our community. We’ll continue listening to feedback to improve the ads ecosystem on Roblox and making sure everyone feels safe on Roblox, every day.
On Roblox, we are committed to providing a civil and respectful environment where people feel confident and safe to express themselves in ways that are productive, meaningful, and consistent with their human rights.
Rules for the Community
Roblox’s Community Standards set clear expectations for how to behave on Roblox. They require that everyone treat each other with civility and respect and help keep everyone safe by prohibiting content and behavior that may be inappropriate or harmful. We update these as the needs of our community and the product evolve.
We take our commitment to civility very seriously. If any users are found to be violating our Community Standards, they may be suspended or removed from the platform. In certain cases, Roblox also works proactively with authorities to report cases of illicit activities, violent threats, and other real-life harms.
Enforcing the rules
We have a large, expertly trained team with thousands of members dedicated to protecting our users and monitoring 24/7 for inappropriate content.
Aided by state of the art technology, we conduct a safety review of uploaded images, audio, video, and 3D models, before they become available on our platform for our community to utilize in their creations.
We also filter text chat in multiple languages across the globe to block inappropriate content, such as discriminatory speech, bullying, extremism, violence, sexual content, etc., as well as personal information and instructions on how to move off the platform.
We actively encourage our users to report any behavior or content they feel uncomfortable or concerned about. Users can easily mute or block participants that they come across in experiences and report inappropriate content or behavior.
When a user submits a report about a violation of our Community Standards, our safety team assesses complaints and takes appropriate action as quickly as possible. Actions can include a warning, temporary suspension, account or content removal, or proactive reporting to authorities.
To learn more about reporting violations to our moderation team, check out How to Report Rule Violations.
Supporting digital well-being
At Roblox, we’re continuously striving to be one of the most civil places online. Safety & civility will continue to be our top priority and we are committed to continually improving our systems to keep it that way.
We understand that our community needs many different types of support to maintain a healthy and positive online experience. We aim to equip them with skills and knowledge to help them build resilience to protect themselves and others on the platform.
We work with brand partners on experiences which promote well-being for the community, recently the partnership with Alo Yoga was popular and provided a space for mindfulness. We plan to continue focusing on highlighting experiences which provide enriching moments for all.
We are working with experts all around the world to undertake meaningful research on topics relevant to our audience and inform our product evolution. Last year we worked with Internet Matters, one of the leading digital parenting organizations in Europe, on the study “Demystifying Teens Online Interactions”.
In December 2021, we launched our podcast “Into the Digital Future”, jointly created with Sesame Workshop, hosted by the Joan Ganz Cooney Center. The podcast featured academics, and experts in child development, tech and parenting.
We are proud to share some examples of how Roblox has had a positive impact on our community. Take a moment to watch these short films featuring two of our developers, Zoe Basil and CJ Oyer. See the Roblox stories videos here.
Roblox is committed to securing the best interests of children in our approach to how we provide our products and services.
Customizable Parental Controls
Roblox has several ways to monitor account activity. While logged in, you can view the following histories from their related sections:
Direct and small group chat (Chat feature found in the lower right corner of the apps). There you can see individual chat histories. This feature is limited to Friends, and Friends of Friends.
Private message history (Messages)
Friends and Followers (Friends)
Robux purchase, virtual item purchase, and trade history (my Transactions, browser only)
Creations such as experiences, items, sounds, ads (Create, browser only)
Recently played experiences (Home, Keep Playing or My Recent)
Parents have various tools located in Account Settings to limit and secure their child’s account.
Account Restrictions: This feature allows parents to limit the account’s ability to chat by disabling and locking an account’s Contact Settings so that no one can send messages, chat in-app or in-experience with the child.
Parent PIN: Parents can add a four-digit PIN to lock the account settings. Once a PIN is added, it must be entered to make any changes to settings such as your password, email address, and privacy settings.
Age-Based Experience Controls: Experience Guidelines recommend the content suitability of an experience and allows parents to limit what experiences the account can join. These recommendations are grounded in child development research and informed by industry standards.
2-Step Verification: This feature makes it so no one else can login to the account even if they know the password. When your child logs in, Roblox will send you a code via email. The account cannot log in without that code. Since only you have access to your email account, only you will be able to get the security code.
Monthly Spend Restrictions/Notifications: Parents can set a limit on the amount the account is able to purchase in real world currency on a per calendar month basis. This feature requires a verified parent’s email and parental pin setup before being enabled. Parents can control notifications to their email about the account’s spending with options including exceedingly high spending alerts and emails on all spending.
Guides for Parents and Caregivers
All parents, caregivers, and teachers need a little support sometimes to help them guide and empower their kids and teens in a world that is so different from the one they grew up in. Our civility and safety partners have research-supported, evidence-based recommendations that will help to guide you in raising confident, resilient digital citizens.
Please download our Parent & Caregiver Guide to Roblox.
These resources were created in partnership with the National Association of Media Literacy Education (NAMLE).
- "Parenting in the Digital Age” guide for parents of young kids
"Building Resilience: Equipping our kids with the skills to thrive online" a resource for parents and caregivers
“Ready to Launch: Empowering Young People to Thrive Online” a resource for parents and caregivers
Third party guides
Resources for Parents from the Digital Wellness Lab (Boston Children’s Hospital) - Digital wellness is best achieved by taking a balanced — not an all or nothing — approach. Raising digitally well children requires that we constantly guide our kids, from birth through young adulthood, through intentional engagement and ongoing learning, both online and in the natural world.
Good Digital Parenting from the Family Online Safety Institute - The Family Online Safety Institute’s Good Digital Parenting resources provide parents and caregivers with the tools they need to confidently navigate the online world with their families.
Internet Matters resource center - Featuring guides and articles for parents and teachers.
UK Safer Internet Centre - You don’t need to be an expert on the internet to help keep your child stay safe online. Advice and resources are here to support you as you support your child to use the internet safely, responsibility and positively.
Key Safety Partnerships
We partner with more than 30 leading global organizations that focus on child wellbeing, online safety, or both, and we welcome intra-industry collaboration to keep users safe across platforms.
We provide actionable resources for parents, caregivers and educators to promote learning about safety and online civility through our Digital Civility Initiative.
We promptly report any suspected child exploitation, abuse materials, or online grooming to relevant authorities and organizations such as the National Crime Agency, as well as the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) in the United States.
Safety & Civility Advisory Board
As part of our commitment to digital civility, Roblox has formed a Trust & Safety Advisory Board comprised of world-renowned digital safety authorities.
We are dedicated to working with global experts from a range of disciplines (health, wellbeing, academia, privacy, online safety and more), to promote an environment that allows all people to create, participate in, and enjoy a healthy online community on, and off Roblox.
Our current members include the Family Online Safety Institute, ConnectSafely, the UK Safer Internet Centre, kidSafe, Unterhaltungssoftware Selbstkontrolle (USK), The EU Better Internet for Kids (Insafe), and the Digital Wellness Lab.
kidSAFE for COPPA
The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) includes a provision enabling industry groups or others to submit for the Federal Trade Commission’s approval self-regulatory guidelines that implement the protections of the Commission’s final Rule. COPPA requires the Commission to act on a request for “safe harbor” treatment within 180 days of the filing of the request, and after the proposed guidelines have been subject to notice and comment.
Roblox is required to adhere to the program guidelines developed by kidSAFE’s Safe Harbor program to demonstrate its commitment to COPPA compliance. kidSAFE audits Roblox on an annual basis for adherence to both COPPA and kidSAFE’s own requirements for online child safety. For more information kidSAFE’s requirements and application to the Commission, please see their approved guidelines.
In addition to providing an audit and a safe harbor for COPPA, kidSAFE serves as an ombudsman where parents and others may file complaints about their experiences with Roblox. These complaints are shared with us and require in some cases immediate action.
USK for German Regulatory Compliance (Video Games)
In Germany, content providers must comply with the obligations of the Youth Media Protection State Agreement (JMStV). This includes providers and developers of games, videos, vendors of online or retail media or operators of news portals for potentially harmful media contents (for example game trailers or movies).
For that reason, we partnered with USK (Entertainment Software Self-Regulation Body) to comply with German youth protection regulations. Additionally the USK functions as a liaison between the company and the German supervising bodies for its members.
As a member of the USK, Roblox was required to undergo an audit of its platform to receive the USK quality seal, which shows the compliance of legal regulations and a high youth protection standard of our offering.
We believe in building a safe, civil, and diverse community—one that enriches the way people connect, create, and express themselves through shared experiences. We do this through our commitment to our policy development and the enforcement of that policy, and by building features and tools to keep people safe.
Transparency reports demonstrate our deep commitment to keeping all Roblox users safe.
Our Policies & Standards
Safety on Roblox is at the core of everything we do. This starts with our robust set of Community Standards that outline how we expect our users to behave and what is and isn’t allowed on Roblox.
Our Safety team uses these Standards to moderate content and respond to abuse reports from users. If any users are found to be violating these Standards, they may be suspended or removed from the platform. Roblox also works proactively with authorities to report cases of violent threats, child endangerment, or other serious real world harm. We update our Community Standards periodically as the needs of our community change.
We have a stringent safety and monitoring system integrated into Roblox to promote civility and ensure the safety of our users. These systems are designed to enforce our policies, protect users’ personal information, and abide by local laws. We leverage human moderators and automated systems to proactively identify behaviors that may violate our policies.
Content submitted by creators automatically goes through a multi-step review process before appearing on the platform, using a combination of review by a large team of human moderators and machine detection.
We scan experiences at multiple stages: at the time of publishing and again when they are updated on Roblox. Experiences are evaluated by a suite of tools that identify problematic content that violates our standards. A human review team continuously operates to evaluate flagged experiences.
We filter text chat on the platform to block inappropriate content, such as discriminatory speech, bullying, extremism, violence, sexual content, etc., as well as personal information and offsite links. We update our filters continuously and filter text in multiple languages. We apply stricter filtering policies to users 12 years old and younger. For example, words that are unknown to Roblox will be filtered for our younger users. You can learn more about our safety tools and controls here.
Our User Reporting
On Roblox, users can easily report inappropriate content or behavior using our Report Abuse system located prominently throughout Roblox including within experiences. We also encourage our users to report any concerning activity directly to Roblox. Roblox also provides users with a direct channel to our Customer Support team to report concerns or other issues. See here for more on our user report functionalities.
When a user submits a report about a violation of our Community Standards, our safety team assesses reports and takes appropriate action as quickly as possible.
We take our commitment to safety very seriously. Depending on the severity and impact of a content-based Community Standard violation, we take action ranging from warnings, content removal, or Roblox account-level restrictions and we also prevent previously rejected content from being copied. In circumstances that present an imminent risk of harm, users may be reported to the relevant authorities.
In addition to considering the specific violation, we also take into account a user's historical behavior on the platform and whether they have repeatedly violated our policies. Repeated violations of our policies may increase the severity of consequences.
Whenever we make a decision to restrict access to content on the platform, we notify creators of our decision and provide them with an opportunity to appeal. Learn more about our appeals process here.
Our Transparency Reports
We share our transparency reports to show our community, the public, and regulators how we are doing at enforcing our policies. At Roblox, we view transparency as an important part of building a safe and civil platform.
EU Terrorist Content Online Regulation (TCOR)
The EU Terrorist Content Online Regulation ("TCOR") is an EU regulation that lays down certain rules to address the misuse of hosting services for the dissemination of terrorist content online. The report focuses on our efforts to keep Roblox free from terrorist content as defined by the TCOR.
CA Assembly Bill 587
Roblox provides the information below in response to the CA Assembly Bill 587 in order to comply with the requirements of a terms of service report detailing content moderation practices.
This data covers the time period from July 1, 2023 through September 30th, 2023.
Safety Comes First on RobloxCopy Link
Safety is in our DNA: when Dave Baszucki and Erik Cassel launched Roblox in 2006, they spent a few hours each day with the community, helping to ensure that Roblox was a safe and welcoming environment. Safety was their top priority, and they made constant improvements in their moderation, both for content and for communication on the platform.
Fast forward to 2023, and while the scale of our community and breadth of content on our platform have grown exponentially, safety continues to be our top priority. Roblox now has over 66 million daily active people, and the fastest growing age group on Roblox is 17-to-24-year-olds.
As we grow, our safety foundations are more critical than ever
Our unwavering commitment to safety begins with our Community Standards. They outline a vision for making Roblox welcoming for all ages and set a high bar for what content and behaviors are allowed on our platform. Our Standards are a living document that we continue to evolve with guidance from our Safety Advisory Board of renowned digital safety experts from around the world, including ConnectSafely, Family Online Safety Institute (FOSI), and Better Internet for Kids.
Every Roblox journey starts with account creation, and we invest heavily in account security. In addition to being the way people log in, accounts contain avatars, virtual inventory, friends, and links to real identities. Our accounts are designed to work for everyone - from someone creating their first online account to the owner of a large content production studio. Those studio owners use their Roblox accounts to manage their business, from administering their creations to distributing the Robux they’ve earned. Our goal is to ensure that all accounts are both convenient to use and resilient to compromise, no matter where they are in their Roblox journey. Recently, we launched Session Management and Security Email Notifications to increase transparency and help people on Roblox manage their accounts proactively.
Age-appropriate safety is top-of-mind as our content and experiences diversify
Parents can use our parental controls to tune their children’s experience on Roblox. This includes limiting who their children interact with and what content they can access on the platform. Our Experience Guidelines help parents choose what types of Roblox experiences their children are able to enter. Our Experience Guidelines’ age recommendations are grounded in child development research and informed by industry standards. These guidelines help people and parents make informed decisions about the content they interact with on Roblox.
Our approach to safety is unique given our breadth of dynamic experiences
The volume and breadth of experiences on Roblox is growing faster than ever. In the first quarter of 2023, there were 3.2 million active creators who contributed over 6.4 million active experiences, so there’s something for everyone on the platform.
Along with this scale and dynamism of our platform comes a unique set of challenges. Each experience consists of thousands of 3D meshes, textures, audio samples, images, and the code that brings them to life. Moderating this wide array of content that can be combined in nearly limitless combinations requires advanced machine learning and 24/7 moderation teams - two areas where Roblox has invested and continues to innovate.
Additionally, communication is an essential part of almost every experience on Roblox, and our vision for immersive communication will bring more dynamic, nuanced interactivity to the platform. Allowing everyone to express themselves in a safe way is central to our mission, and we employ comprehensive text filters that block the sharing of inappropriate words, phrases, and personally identifiable information in accordance with our Community Standards. We'll cover our communication safety measures in more depth in a later post; in the meantime, you can learn more here.
Input from our growing community is essential to a safe platform
As our audiences and experiences grow in volume and sophistication, we encourage people on Roblox to keep their experiences safe by reporting any activity or content that causes concern. Anyone on Roblox can block people acting in unsafe ways and report inappropriate content/behavior using our Report Abuse system. We take abuse reports seriously, and we maintain close and transparent working relationships with law enforcement and global safety partners. Our safety team works across 11 languages, examining reports and intervening when necessary.
We will continue advancing our vision for safe co-experiences
As we look towards a future of dynamic, immersive experiences that push the boundaries of human imagination, we remain committed to providing a safe platform for people of all ages. We always approach innovation and creativity from our founding principle of safety and look forward to sharing more regular updates, so stay tuned.
Updates: Community and Advertising Standards
Today, we are sharing updates to our Community Standards and introducing our new Advertising Standards. We’re always learning; As our community evolves and our platform grows, we will update these standards accordingly.
Simplifying our Community Standards
We want to make it easy for our community to understand our Community Standards, so that we all can keep Roblox a safe and civil place where users feel secure and act with integrity.
To make our standards easier to understand, we have restructured and consolidated categories and used more descriptive language as appropriate. You can take a closer look at the changes we’ve made in the change log, which is published at the end of our Community Standards.
To help you stay informed about updates to our Community Standards, we will share updates here so check back regularly.
Making key updates to advertising on Roblox
We are rolling out standards for ads on Roblox that are aimed at providing a transparent experience for our community, advertisers, and publishers – built upon our foundation of safety and civility. Our standards are informed by our community needs and our company values.
Addition of the Independent Advertisement Publishing Policy
Independent ads—advertising content that developers may publish on their own, separate from Roblox’s ad systems—must also comply with our policy. Developers of these experiences, also referred to as the ad publisher, are prohibited from showing advertising content to people under the age of 13. Publishers still must clearly and prominently disclose to people ages 13 and older when content is an advertisement using simple and understandable language.
Introducing our Advertising Standards
Our Advertising Standards will apply to all ads appearing on Roblox whether they are independent ads or Roblox-served ads. Within these standards, we have updated the list of prohibited categories of content, products, or services as one of the ways we are creating a safe and civil environment for our age 13+ community who are eligible to see ads. These categories should be considered a layer on top of our foundational Community Standards.
You can find more information about these changes and helpful resources below:
Learn more about Roblox Ad Safety and Privacy
Tools and Resources
Rules and Policies
Please take the time to review these important documents that define your relationship with Roblox and explain the rules of the road as you adventure, experience, and explore in the metaverse.
Roblox Community Standards. At Roblox, we’re building the metaverse: a space for people to adventure, experience, and explore. We’re a global community on this journey together, and we want to ensure everyone feels welcome and safe and is treated with kindness and respect. That’s why we’ve created these Community Standards: to outline how we expect our users to behave, and to be clear up front about what is and isn’t allowed on Roblox.
Other Important Documents
Roblox Dictionary. A glossary of key definitions used throughout the Roblox Terms.
Roblox Name and Logo - Community Usage Guidelines. Guidelines that explain when and how we permit use of the Roblox name, logo, and Official Badge.
Roblox Biometric Privacy Notice. Certain Roblox features may involve processing of your biometric data (for example, uploading your photo to verify your age on the platform). This notice explains how we collect and treat that information.
General Health Notice. Important information about taking proper health precautions while using Roblox.
Roblox Accessibility Statement. Roblox is committed to making our services accessible to and usable by people with disabilities. Our accessibility statement sets forth this commitment and our ongoing efforts to ensure Roblox remains equitable for everyone.
Roblox Facial Animation Privacy Notice. Certain Roblox services allow you to translate video of your facial movements into animations of the facial features of your Roblox avatar. This notice explains how Roblox treats information regarding the movements of your facial features when you use these services.
Using Licensed Music in Videos. Information about how you can use certain licensed music in your experiences on Roblox.
California Consumer Privacy Act. Metrics detailing consumer privacy requests made under the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018.