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Report Hate on Social Networking Sites
Taxonomy Categories: Social Networking Sites,
How to make complaints about racism and hate on social networking sites
Check out recent blog posts and various fora on social networking complaints, results and process
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Germany Report Hate Crime ☎
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When making complaints, it is important to provide user names, content description and links to the offending comments to make it easier for support personal to identify and remove the offending user or group. Don’t forget to send a copy of all correspondence to firstname.lastname@example.org for backup and support
blogspot.com is owned by google and does an auto redirect to blogger.com for the complaint.
Blogspot’s content policy is at http://www.blogger.com/content.g. HATEFUL CONTENT: Users may not publish material that promotes hate toward groups based on race or ethnic origin, religion, disability, gender, age, veteran status, and sexual orientation/gender identity.
Google’s terms and conditions of service (TOC) are at: http://www.blogger.com/terms.g. The TOC includes the statement about hate as cited above.
To report racist blogs using the form “Report Hate Speech on Blogger” click here using the following link below and copy and paste the offending blog into the box and click submit. To have impact on Google, several people should report the blog.
To watch a video on how to report hate and abuse on Youtube click here or click the video image below.
Report user harassment and abuse on YouTube using the Help Resources, you must have a YouTube account setup previously in order to report to YouTube. Also be sure to folllow through the options starting from the Help Resources page and make all the choices in order to make sure the report goe’s through as shown in the video. Jumping straight to the hate reporting form will mean it is will be rejected.
After making your report check your email to see that the report has been recieved or rejected.
Also see YouTube’s discussion of the difference between hate speech and harassment.