post removed at the request of nextdoor.com
DEC 01, 2016 | 09:45AM PST
Given this norm, taking information or Content shared by one neighbor member to another and sharing it outside the neighborhood(s) without authorization violates your neighbors’ expectations and is a serious breach of trust. Therefore, you may not share your account with someone else, nor should you share your neighbors’ information or any non-public Content sent through Nextdoor with anyone outside the neighborhood(s) to which the post was distributed without the author’s permission. Also, you may not gather information from Nextdoor, either manually or on an automated basis (such as through scripts, robots, crawlers or spiders). Without limiting the foregoing, it is never OK to provide your neighbors’ information from Nextdoor to third-party marketers.
This is the blog post that was brought to our attention:
On Nextdoor, members are not allowed to post private information about their neighbors without permission.