Mailchimp Reserves Right to Censor "Inaccurate" Content In ToS Update

Mailchimp Policy Decisions

Mailchimp updated their approximately 6,200 word Terms of Service to include the following gem:

Mailchimp also does not allow the distribution of Content that is, in our sole discretion, materially false, inaccurate, or misleading in a way that could deceive or confuse others about important events, topics, or circumstances.

Up until this point, Mailchimp had already terminated at least the following accounts:

NicheFacts11 Oct 2017“significant risk”
Infowars7 Aug 2018“hateful content”
GreenMedInfo19 Jun 2019“anti-vaccine content”
TorrentFreak20 Oct 2019“too risky”
Stefan Molyneux14 Jan 2020an activist told them to
SGTreport19 Oct 2020(specific reason unclear)
Press For Truth21 Oct 2020(specific reason unclear)

Sources / Relevant Material

  1. (effective: 28 Oct 2020)
  2. Reclaim The Net "Mailchimp makes its censorship rules official, outlines right to ban users for “inaccurate” content" by Didi Rankovic (29 Oct 2020)