User Group Code of Conduct


Revision V2.6, effective date November 15th, 2023

Thank you for your continued support of Hikari Calyx Tech! After 9 years of development, Hikari Calyx Tech already has a considerable user base. While we provide various services to you, we are also committed to protecting the basic interests of users. For this reason we have established the following code of conduct to protect the interests of Hikari Calyx Tech and the users of our group from any infringement. Your behavior in the user group that violates the Code of Conduct will be punished by management.
If you do not accept the guidelines below, please leave our group before the effective date. If you continue to stay in our group after 0:00 (UTC) on November 15th, 2023, we will assume you have read and agreed to abide by code of conduct of our user group.

Applicable group scope

Telegram: Hikari Calyx FIH Android (Global), Hikari Calyx’s Netbattler Training Academy Comment Area
User groups on other platforms like QQ can be checked in Chinese version of this article.

Basic principles of how you need to behave in a user group

We expect you to respect other users when communicating in groups.

Technical limitations

2.1 You will not use our group to spread any destructive software or materials such as viruses, worms, Trojans, BUGs, bombs, etc.
2.2 You are not allowed to flood within our group.
2.3 You may not “build” or “mirror” the core program of the services we provide, any part of the website without our prior written authorization.
2.4 You will not misuse the APIs of our user groups for personal use without our express consent.
2.5 You will not restrict or prohibit any other individual from using the Service, including without limitation by “hacking” or destroying any part of the Service.
2.6 You will not attack or otherwise attempt to disrupt any servers associated with our Services.
2.7 Since the platform to which the exchange group belongs is hosted on a platform not provided by Hikari Calyx Tech, users have the obligation to protect their accounts from cyber threats. We recommend that users of the above platforms enable two-factor authentication to protect the security of their accounts.


3.1 You will not disclose other users’ personal information (such as real name, physical address, IP address, email address, phone number, credit card number, etc.) in any way. This information may be used by others for illegal or harmful purposes. You are solely responsible for the security of your account information and personally identifiable information.
3.2 You do not express or imply that any statement you make or any action you take is endorsed by Hikari Calyx Tech.
3.3 You will not transmit any advertisements, solicitations, chain letters, pyramid schemes, investment opportunities or other unsolicited commercial communications within our groups.
3.4 Any behavior that disrupts the atmosphere within the communication group will be considered a violation of the Code of Conduct.


4.1 You will not engage in rude, unlawful, harassing, vulgar, obscene, hateful, threatening, abusive or other objectionable conduct, including but not limited to robbery, homicide, sexual or other inappropriate comments.
4.2 You may not post or share any of the following within our groups:
4.2.1 Content that is not safe for work, especially pornographic content.
4.2.2 Content that makes a reasonable person uncomfortable.
4.2.3 Content that violates the privacy of others.
4.2.4 Content that annoyed members (such as This is not good as Genshin Impact, transfer me 50 CNY for Crazy Thursday event).
4.3 You will not harass, abuse, bully, spam, scream, threaten or stalk or encourage other users to do so.
4.4 You will not encourage harm or violence against people or animals, or promote self-harm in any way.
4.5 You will not attempt to obtain passwords or other private account information from any other person or user of the Services, and you will not promote any Services (especially social engineering database lookup service) within our relevant groups that violate the privacy of others.

Prohibited conduct

5.1 Any content that promotes or promotes illegal gambling, illegal content, pornography, illegal online pharmacies, illegal drugs or criminal activity is prohibited.
5.2 Do not post or share any content that instructs users on how to make bombs, weapons or drugs, or solicits participation in violent or illegal conduct under applicable law.
5.3 Any content that promotes or promotes underage drinking, drug use, or socially irresponsible behavior due to alcohol or drug use (such as drunk driving) is prohibited.
5.4 Do not create or share any content that promotes, promotes or contains terrorist threats or activities.
5.5 Do not create or share any content that promotes, promotes or contains references to viruses or malware.
5.6 Do not create or share any content that obtains the identifiable information of others.
5.7 Do not create or share political sensitive topics, see appendix below.
5.8 Do not share illegal unreleased game copy (such as TotK before May 12th). Sharing officially released game demo is allowed.
[NEW] 5.9 No keyboard politician drama. This is a zero-tolerance, non-negotiable policy that is enforced strictly and swiftly, up to and including instant kick from all of user groups without warning.

Consequences of Violation

If you violate the code of conduct, we will take appropriate measures, including temporary banning, permanent removal from user groups, and no longer providing follow-up technical support and other appropriate action plans.
Hikari Calyx Tech is not obligated to warn you in advance of taking action, nor is it obligated to monitor user speeches, but reserves the right to delete any speech or take action against any user. This is true even if your account has been compromised resulting in a violation of the Code of Conduct. In addition, Hikari Calyx Tech reserves the right to remove any user-created content, account information from groups and servers at any time without notice for conduct determined to be a violation of this Code of Conduct or Terms of Service. Once permanently removed, all of your information will be deleted from our servers.

Appendix: Examples of Political Sensitive Topics

We believe that discussing politics will not only offend people who have no interest in politics, but will also not effectively change the policies of a country or region. This will eventually lead to keyboard politician drama.
As of revision V2.5, we have listed examples of such topics for reference only. When posting in our user groups, please do not post comments that fall into the following examples.

  1. When it comes to country/region names and sovereignty, please refer to the information in the ISO (International Organization for Standardization) website. For whatever reason, you may not publish country names and sovereign statuses that are inconsistent with the information listed on the ISO website. If you have a problem with a country name that you recognize, please submit your comments to ISO.

    Example 1: Use “Western Korea”, a name that is not widely recognized internationally, to refer to the People’s Republic of China.
    Example 2: Place Taiwan region alongside a sovereign independent country.
  1. Publishing flag designs of countries/regions that are not generally recognized internationally are not permitted.
  2. Regardless of the purpose, you are not allowed to comment on any policy given by any government department or ruling party in any country/region, and you are not allowed to speculate.
  1. You may not encourage other members to use protestware and follow the developers of protestware, even if the protestware itself is Free and Open Source Software (FOSS).
    Examples: Notepad++, node-ipc.
  2. You are not allowed to publicly publish any remarks that insult the image of any country/region, the image of a country/region’s leader, or racial discrimination.
  3. You are not allowed to share controversial news and unsubstantiated policy requests with serious political background.
  4. You are not allowed to distort history and make remarks that are inconsistent with historical facts. This is illegal in many countries.
    Example: Denying the crimes of the Nazi organization during World War II.
  5. You must not encourage any user to pay attention to, understand and support individuals or groups with the intention of “endangering national security”.
  6. Looking for loopholes or staying at borderlines from examples shown above is also regarded as a violation of the rules.

We hope that through the above code of conduct, our community will stay completely away from political topics.