Report inappropriate content

Blogger takes violations of the Terms of Service and Blogger Content Policy seriously.

Blogger is a platform for free speech. We don’t monitor content or mediate disputes.

If an author’s contact information is listed on their blog, contact them directly to ask them to remove or change  the content in question.

If you have tried to contact the author without success and still believe a blog violates our Terms of Service or Content Policy, select the abuse type below to contact us.

We also disclose the number and nature of government requests for content removal twice a year in our Transparency Report

Someone is copying my content or other legal concerns

Learn more about removing content from Google.

Blogger copyright policy

Blogger respects the rights of copyright holders and complies with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) and other applicable copyright laws. When we receive proper notice as required by the DMCA, we will work to promptly remove content that has been identified as copyright infringement.

Repeat infringers' blogs are removed, and in appropriate instances, Blogger accounts will be terminated.

Learn more about copyright, DMCA or file a DMCA notice.

If you believe we've removed content from your blog in error, you can file a counter notice.

Learn more about legal issues for bloggers.
Promotion of regulated goods and services

Do not use Blogger to promote or sell regulated goods and services, such as alcohol, gambling, pharmaceuticals and unapproved supplements, tobacco, fireworks, weapons, or health/medical devices.

Report the promotion of regulated goods and services.

Terrorist content

We do not permit terrorist organizations to use Blogger for any purpose, including recruitment. Blogger also strictly prohibits content related to terrorism, such as content that promotes terrorist acts, incites violence, or celebrates terrorist attacks. 

Learn about content we may remove.

Report terrorist content.

Hate speech, violent, or crude content

Blogger doesn’t remove blogs that contain insults or negative commentary.

We do remove content that:

  • promotes or condones violence against or has the primary purpose of inciting hatred against an individual or group on the basis of their race or ethnic origin, religion, disability, age, nationality, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or any other characteristic that is associated with systemic discrimination or marginalization.
  • is shocking or graphic, without more context or commentary
  • threatens others

Learn about content we may remove.

Report hate speech, violent, or crude content.

Harassment or bullying

Blogger does not allow harassment or bullying.

Report harassment or bullying

Child safety, nudity, or adult content

If a blog includes content that exploits children, we will:

Blogger does not allow the following:

  • Adult material used for commercial gain or containing ads and links to commercial porn websites.
  • Illegal sexual content, including image, video or textual content that depicts or encourages rape, incest, bestiality, or necrophilia, is also prohibited.
  • Private nude or sexually explicit images or videos posted without the subject’s consent.

Other adult content is allowed on Blogger, but anyone may flag content on Blogger that they find offensive. We may show a warning before someone can view flagged material.

Report child safety, nudity, or adult content.

Request to restrict sharing of an image of a minor.


Spam blogs usually have irrelevant, repetitive, or nonsensical text. They have a large number of links that usually point to a single site.

Learn more about link spamming. They can also send you spammy emails.

Report spam.


“Phishing” is when someone tries to trick you into sharing personal information online. Learn more about phishing.

Report phishing


Malware is software that hackers use to try to take control of websites.

A hacker may:

  • Change content
  • Add additional pages
  • Add code that can attack computers that view the page

Learn more about malware.

Report malware

Someone is posting my private information without my consent

You can report the unauthorized disclosure of confidential information about you.

Note: The mention of publicly available information does not constitute a disclosure of confidential information.

Report someone who is posting my private information of me without my consent.

Someone is posting explicit content of me without my consent

You can report non-consensual sexual content about you.

Note: The mention of publicly available information does not constitute a disclosure of confidential information.

Report someone who is posting explicit content of me without my consent.

Someone is pretending to be me

If someone else is using your real name in their profile, let us know.

Note: We don’t take action if someone is using your name as a parody or satire. We also don’t share the owners behind nicknames, handles, or screen names.

If you believe someone else is being impersonated, have them fill out this form.

Report someone who is pretending to be me.

Someone is pretending to be a company or organization

If someone is pretending to be your company or organization, let us know.

Note: Content that talks about an entity is not considered impersonation.

This form should be completed by an official representative of the company or organization.

Report someone who is pretending to be a company or organization.

Please submit each blog only once. We review every submission and take action as necessary.

Blogger may take these steps:

  • Remove content.
  • Place a warning page before the content in question.
  • Notify the authors and admins by email or message on their Blogger dashboard.
  • Post a message that the content has been removed.
  • Provide a link to a copy of the removal notice.
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