How can I report a video on YouTube?

Here are the steps on how to report a video on YouTube:

  1. Go to the video you want to report.
  2. Click the three dots in the top right corner of the video.
  3. Select “Report.”
  4. Select the reason why you’re reporting the video.
  5. Click “Submit.”

Here are some of the reasons why you can report a video:

  • Spam or misleading content: This includes videos that are intended to trick people, such as phishing scams or videos that promote false information.
  • Hate speech: This includes videos that promote violence or hatred against a particular group of people.
  • Harmful or dangerous content: This includes videos that show violence, self-harm, or other dangerous activities.
  • Copyright infringement: This includes videos that contain copyrighted material without the permission of the copyright holder.
  • Child sexual abuse content: This includes videos that depict child sexual abuse.

If you’re not sure why you’re reporting a video, you can select “Other” and provide more details in the text box.

YouTube will review your report and take action if they find that the video violates their Community Guidelines.

Here are some additional tips for reporting videos:

  • Be specific: When you’re reporting a video, be as specific as possible about the reason for your report. This will help YouTube’s review team to quickly and easily identify the problem.
  • Provide evidence: If you can, provide evidence to support your report. This could include screenshots, links to other websites, or quotes from the video.
  • Be patient: It may take some time for YouTube to review your report. Please be patient and don’t report the same video multiple times.

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