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Twitter offers three different links for reporting Cyberexploitation and abusive behavior. Twitter a;so ,aomtains several other reporting links which can be found below.

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Private information posted on Twitter


Posting another person’s private and confidential information is a violation of the Twitter Rules.


Some examples of private and confidential information include:


    credit card information

    social security or other national identity numbers

    addresses or locations that are considered and treated as private

    non-public, personal phone numbers

    images or videos that are considered and treated as private under applicable laws

    intimate photos or videos that were taken or distributed without the subject's consent


Keep in mind that although you may consider certain information to be private, not all postings of such information may be a violation of this policy. We may consider the context and nature of the information posted, local privacy laws, and other case-specific facts when determining if this policy has been violated. For example, if information was previously posted or displayed elsewhere on the Internet prior to being put on Twitter, it may not be a violation of this policy.


For frequently asked questions about reporting private information posted on Twitter, click here



Abusive behavior policy


Engaging in targeted abuse or harassment on Twitter is a violation of the Twitter Rules and Terms of Service, so we’ve established a policy that helps us evaluate abusive behavior in its many forms. Maintaining the diversity and openness of the Twitter community is our responsibility, and so is creating a safe environment for every user.

Abusive behavior

We take action on accounts found to be in violation of the Twitter Rules and Terms of Service, including (but not limited to) the following types of abusive behavior:


Violent threats (direct or indirect): Users may not make threats of violence or promote violence, including threatening or promoting terrorism. Users also may not make threats or promote violence against a person or group on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, age, or disability.


Abuse and harassment: Users may not engage in targeted abuse or harassment. Some of the factors that we take into account when determining what conduct is considered to be targeted abuse or harassment are:


    if a primary purpose of the reported account is to send abusive messages to others;

    if the reported behavior is one-sided or includes threats;

    if the reported user is inciting others to harass another user; and

    if the reported user is sending harassing messages to a user from multiple accounts.


Self-harm: Users may encounter someone considering suicide or self harm on Twitter. When we receive reports that another user is threatening suicide or self harm, we may take a number of steps to assist the reported user, such as reaching out to that user expressing our concern and the concern of other users on Twitter or providing resources such as contact information for our mental health partners.


Private information: You may not publish or post other people's private and confidential information, such as credit card numbers, street address, or Social Security/National Identity numbers, without their express authorization and permission. In addition, you may not post intimate photos or videos that were taken or distributed without the subject's consent. Read more about our private information policy here.


Impersonation: You may not impersonate others through the Twitter service in a manner that is intended to or does mislead, confuse, or deceive others. Read more about our impersonation policy here.



Reporting abusive behavior


Users are allowed to post content, including potentially inflammatory content, provided they do not violate the Twitter Rules and Terms of Service. To read our policy about abusive behavior on Twitter, click here.


  • How do I file a report that someone is Tweeting abusive messages?
  • Anyone can report abusive behavior directly from a Tweet or profile.
  • To report a Tweet:
  •     Navigate to the Tweet you’d like to report.
  •     Click or tap the More icon (••• icon on web and iOS;  icon on Android).
  •     Select Report.
  •     Select It’s abusive or harmful.
  •     Next we’ll ask you to provide additional information about the issue you’re reporting.
  •     Once you’ve submitted your report, we’ll provide recommendations for additional actions you can take to improve your
  •     Twitter experience.
  • To report a profile:
  •     Go to the user’s profile and click the gear icon
  •     Select Report.
  •     Select They’re being abusive or harmful.
  •     Next we’ll ask you to provide additional information about the issue you’re reporting.
  •     Once you’ve submitted your report, we’ll provide recommendations for additional actions you can take to improve your
  •     Twitter experience.
  • You can also report abusive behavior here.


  • What should I do if I receive a violent threat?
  • You can report Tweets or profiles directly to us (see above).
  • Additionally, if someone has Tweeted a violent threat that you feel is credible, contact law enforcement so they can accurately assess the validity of the threat. Websites do not have the ability to investigate and assess a threat, bring charges or prosecute individuals. If contacted by law enforcement directly, we can work with them and provide the necessary information for their investigation of your issue. You can get your own copy of your report of a violent threat to share with law enforcement by clicking Email report on the We have received your report screen.
  • What happens after I submit a report?
  • Once you have submitted your report, we will review the reported account and/or Tweets. If we determine that the account and/or Tweets are in violation of our policies, we will take action (ranging from warning the user to permanently suspending the account).
  • Why can’t Twitter block a user from making new accounts?
  • IP blocking is generally ineffective at stopping unwanted behavior, and may falsely prevent legitimate users from accessing our service.
  • IP addresses are commonly shared by numerous different users in a variety of locations, meaning that blocking a single IP may prevent a large number of unconnected users from logging in to Twitter. In addition, IP addresses are easy to change and blocks can be easily circumvented by logging in from a different location, a third-party service, or one of many free websites or applications.
  • Can Twitter give me another user’s information?
  • Per our Privacy Policy, Twitter does not release user information except as required by valid legal process. If you are working with the police or your lawyer, they will be able to help you with the appropriate correct legal process for obtaining such information. If Twitter is contacted directly by law enforcement, we can work with them and provide assistance for their investigation. You can point local law enforcement to our Guidelines for Law Enforcement.



Reporting impersonation accounts


Impersonation is a violation of the Twitter Rules. Twitter accounts portraying another person in a confusing or deceptive manner may be permanently suspended under the Twitter Impersonation Policy.



  • How do I report an impersonation violation?
  • You can report an account for impersonation directly from that account’s profile. For instructions on how to report directly from a profile, see this article.
  • You can also file a report by going to this page.
  • You do not need a Twitter account to make a report of impersonation on Twitter.
  • What happens when Twitter receives a valid report?
  • Upon receipt of an impersonation report, we will investigate the reported accounts to determine if the accounts are in violation of the Twitter Rules. Accounts determined to be in violation of our impersonation policy, or those not in compliance with our parody, commentary, and fan account policy, will either be suspended or asked to update the account(s) so they no longer violate our policies.
  • Reporting an impersonation account is separate from account verification. This support article provides more information on verified accounts.
  • Can I request a specific username?
  • We're currently unable to accommodate individual requests for inactive or suspended usernames. We may release all inactive and/or suspended usernames in the future, but have not yet set a date for doing so.
  • Twitter may be able to transfer a username under our trademark policy. If you are writing on behalf of a trademarked brand and would like to submit a request, please file a trademark ticket by clicking here.
  • Someone is using my email address, what can I do?
  • Are you trying to create a new account, but you're told your email address or phone number is already in use? This support article outlines reasons why this may happen and how to resolve the issue.


  • What if my company is being impersonated or my trademarked brand is being misused?
  • Companies and businesses should report accounts misusing their trademarks or brand by filing a complaint under our Trademark Policy. Please review the Trademark Policy page, as there is specific information we will need to process your claim.




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