REPORT CYBERBULLYING AND ONLINE ABUSE
Have you found something abusive online that you think should be removed? Have you previously reported abusive content to a social network and had no response? If so, you can escalate your complaint to us.
We have a team of trained mentors who work closely with the senior moderation teams at most of the leading social networks and we can have most abusive content removed within 48 hours. Please help us to help you quicker by ensuring all reports and any screenshots provided are translated into English and by providing the URL wherever possible.
You can report content and users from most major platforms. This includes: TikTok, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Tumblr, Google and Snapchat.
WHAT CAN I REPORT?
This form can be used to report anything on a public platform that you consider to be bullying – such as, but not limited to: nasty comments, abuse, threats, having your personal information shared, hate speech (such as racism, sexism, homophobia and transphobia) or anything that is used to defame, purposely upset or harass you.
WHAT CAN'T I REPORT?
Ditch the Label treats child protection and safeguarding with the highest priority. This platform is only to assist people in removing abusive content as set out above and it must not be used to share child abuse images (please see report form below). Any misuse of this platform will be reported to the appropriate authority immediately.
We understand how distressing private disputes can be, but we are unable to get involved in private arguments or disputes that are neither public or abusive as set out above. If you are aged 12-25, we can offer support and further advice on our community.
We are unable to assist with hacked or impersonated accounts unless the account is for a child aged under 18.
ABOUT OUR PARTNERSHIP WITH GOT2B
Ditch the Label and got2b are proud to stand united against all forms of online hate. As part of our work together, got2b provide funding to support Ditch the Label’s efforts in supporting young people who are impacted by cyberbullying. That funding helps us to deliver programs, such as our Harmful Content Removal Tool.