Contact social media sites
Has somone posted something upsetting about you?
Most websites have a way for you to ask them to remove ‘content’ – like videos, pictures, comments or profiles – that upsets you. This is called making a ‘report’.
It’s important to know that making a report doesn’t mean the content will definitely be removed.
If you want to have something taken down from a site you should check to see if it breaks one of their rules.
Facebook calls their rules ‘Community Standards’, YouTube’s rules are called ‘Community Guidelines’ and other sites like Snapchat, Twitter and Instagram have their own sets of rules and ways to report.
Before using any website you should read them to learn what is, and what isn’t, acceptable on the site. You should also learn how to report content to the site.
Remember, that to use any of these sites you need to be at least 13 years old. If you're under 13 and someone has posted something about you get an adult to help you report it.
Here’s where to find the rules and how to report for the most popular social networks and messaging apps: