Code of Conduct

All attendees at MuggleNet Live! 2017 are expected to treat other attendees, guests, staff, and the general public with respect. Physical and verbal harassment, violence and sexual assault will not be tolerated. Please notify a member of the MuggleNet Live! 2017 staff regarding behavior that is abusive, insulting, intimidating, bothersome, or people who are acting in an unsafe or illegal manner. MuggleNet reserves the right to revoke tickets and/or the badge required for attendance at MuggleNet Live! 2017 without refund, in case of violation of this Code of Conduct.

Badge responsibility.

All attendees MUST wear and/or carry their badges when attending any MuggleNet Live! 2017 event, and must produce it if you are asked to. If you have purchased a ticket to any extra-fee MuggleNet Live! 2017 event, we will not be able to provide a replacement if yours is lost. If your badge or a ticket are damaged, please bring the damaged item to the Registration Desk as soon as possible so we can provide you with a replacement.

Respect the staff, volunteers & attendees.

Respect Universal Orlando™ and MuggleNet staff members.

All MuggleNet Live! 2017 staff members are volunteers. Please remember that it is their event as much as yours. If there is any issue with a staff member’s instructions or information, please inform the Universal Orlando™ Security or the first available MuggleNet staff member.

Do not touch any person without their permission, including people who appear to be physically disabled and people wearing costumes. Always ask. COSPLAY IS NOT CONSENT.

While it is not required that you leave scented products at home, please keep in mind that they can be disruptive to people with scent sensitivities and moderate your use appropriately. If you smoke, please only do so in designated areas.

If you do not have a disability, please do not sit in the marked seats for people with disabilities in any programming session until the session has officially begun. Furthermore, do not question people who choose to sit in these seats. Not all disabilities are visible to the naked eye.