How can I report abuse on Twitter?

You can report abuse on Twitter in a few ways.

  • On the web:
    1. Go to the profile of the account that is abusing you.
    2. Click the three dots in the top right corner of the profile.
    3. Select Report Tweet or Account.
    4. Select the type of abuse you are reporting.
    5. Provide any additional information that may be helpful, such as screenshots or links to the abusive content.
    6. Click Submit.
  • On the Twitter app:
    1. Open the Twitter app.
    2. Tap the profile of the account that is abusing you.
    3. Tap the three dots in the top right corner of the profile.
    4. Tap Report Tweet or Account.
    5. Select the type of abuse you are reporting.
    6. Provide any additional information that may be helpful, such as screenshots or links to the abusive content.
    7. Tap Report.

Twitter will review your report and take appropriate action.

Here are some examples of the types of abuse that you can report on Twitter:

  • Harassment: This includes threats, insults, or other behavior that is intended to make you feel scared or uncomfortable.
  • Hate speech: This includes language that attacks a person or group on the basis of their race, religion, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, or disability.
  • Violence and threats of violence: This includes threats to harm you or someone else, or to incite violence against a group of people.
  • Spam: This includes unsolicited messages that are designed to promote a product or service, or to collect personal information.
  • Child sexual exploitation: This includes content that depicts or promotes child sexual abuse.

If you are experiencing abuse on Twitter, please report it so that we can take action.

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