Your privacy is important to you, and you are important to us. Here's how we take care of your information.
All of your data is private to us. MaricopaCon (the staff, volunteers, and the organization itself) will never share or sell your personally identifiable information (PII), anonymized or not, with any third-party without your explicit direction or legal order. Unlike others, this is not a "consent" clause, you must tell us directly that we may share your information with a third-party of your choosing. The only time where we are bound to do otherwise is with a federal or state court order, and even then, we will be leery about the action, and lawyers will be involved to defend your information.
There has never been a request for PII information for any attendee.
Badge holder releases the convention from all liability in event of accident, damage, theft, or illness while on convention premises. Badge holder further consents to the use of their image or likeness, incidental or primary, to any display, transmission, or reproduction of this event.
The Convention reserves the right to refuse admission or to eject any person whose conduct is deemed by the convention to be disorderly. This badge remains the property of the convention until the close of the event and must be surrendered on demand.
By attending any MaricopaCon functions, badge holders attest that they are healthy, and do not show any symptoms of any transmittable illness or virus. Badge holders understand that they are attending at their own risk, and waive MaricopaCon and its Staff of any liability concerning their health and wellbeing.
Commercial, photo, video, and audio rights reserved.
Badge duplication and resale are prohibited.
Badge transfers are admissible, contact convention staff for details.
As every gamer knows, a thorough rulebook is the key to everyone having a good time, so here are our rules for a safe and fun MaricopaCon. If you have a question about a certain policy or guideline, be sure to read through all of our policies, but if that still doesn’t answer your question, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Game on!
MaricopaCon is committed to providing a safe environment where everyone is treated with dignity and respect. Harassment or unwelcome conduct, whether verbal, physical, visual, or in any other form, is strictly prohibited. MaricopaCon’s anti-harassment policy applies to all persons involved in the operation or attendance of the convention or MaricopaCon-sponsored event. MaricopaCon will not tolerate harassment of anyone by anyone, including participants, vendors, hosts, or MaricopaCon staff.
MaricopaCon defines harassment as any behavior that threatens a person or group or produces an unsafe and non-inclusive environment. Harassment includes, but is not limited to, offensive verbal comments or non-verbal expressions related to gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, ethnicity, age, or religious beliefs.
Furthermore, harassment includes, but is not limited to, sexual or discriminatory images in public and quasi-public spaces (online and offline), intimidation, stalking, following, harassing photography or recording, sustained disruption of talks or other events, inappropriate physical contact, and unwelcome sexual attention. Harassment may take the form of comments, epithets, slurs, discriminatory or insensitive jokes, teasing, display or discussion of written or graphic material, repeatedly standing too close to or brushing up against a person, or giving gifts of an unwanted or sexual nature. Advocating or encouraging any of the above is also considered harassment.
Harassment at MaricopaCon does not include respectful disagreement or critique offered in good faith. MaricopaCon reserves the right to alter or broaden its definition of harassment at its sole discretion.
No one should tolerate any conduct of this type. Should you experience or witness harassment, you may choose to take any of the following actions: