How do I raise a complaint on YouTube?

Email Creator Support from YouTube

  1. Sign in to your YouTube channel.
  2. Tap your profile picture , then select Help & feedback.
  3. Under “Need more help?” select Contact us.
  4. Follow the prompts to chat with our Creator Support team.

How long do YouTube privacy complaints take?

According to the platform, after a complaint is filed and accepted, “YouTube will give the uploader the opportunity to remove or edit the private information within their video. They will be given 48 hours to take action on the complaint.

Can you use YouTube in school?

A copy of a YouTube video may be able to be shown in class under section 28 of the Copyright Act, provided it is for the purposes of educational instruction.

What is a YouTube privacy complaint?

YouTube is essentially a user-driven site, but YouTube admins must step in when there’s a dispute. If you’ve uploaded a video that contains the private information or other uniquely identifiable text, images and voice of a person other than yourself, he can submit a privacy complaint.

What to do if someone posts a video of you on YouTube?

If someone posted your personal information or uploaded a video of you without your knowledge (including in private or sensitive circumstances), ask the uploader to remove the content….Protecting your identity

  1. Image or voice.
  2. Full name.
  3. Financial information.
  4. Contact information.
  5. Other personally identifiable information.

Can you find out who reported you on YouTube?

Reporting content is anonymous, so other users can’t tell who made the report. When something is reported, it’s not automatically taken down. Reported content is reviewed along the following guidelines: Content that violates our Community Guidelines is removed from YouTube.

Should YouTube be blocked in schools?

Teachers should be able to see when a student is watching a video instead of doing class-work and discipline as necessary. The students who view YouTube videos in class will just watch videos on their phones. Effectively, blocking YouTube does nothing but hurt students. There are no good reasons for it to be blocked.

Should YouTube be banned at school?

Most schools will block YouTube because they see inappropriate content as being too accessible, even though 82% of teens have their own smartphones and can watch YouTube videos whenever they want with no filter.

How do I report a child on YouTube?

Go to the Watch page of the video you’d like to report. Tap More in the upper corner of the video player. Tap Report. Select the reason for reporting the video (Inappropriate visuals, Inappropriate audio, or Other).

What are the procedures for dealing with complaints about a school?

In accordance with Section 29 (1) of the Education Act 2002, all maintained schools and maintained nursery schools must have and publish procedures to deal with all complaints relating to their school and to any community facilities or services that the school provides, for which there are no separate (statutory) procedures.

How do I file a legal complaint against someone on YouTube?

The easiest way to file a complaint is to use our defamation webform. By submitting a legal complaint to YouTube, you agree that YouTube may send the legal complaint to the Lumen Database. Before publicly posting a notice of your submission, the Lumen Database will redact any personal info (like phone number, email, or physical address).

How do I make a complaint about a teacher/principal?

Complaints regarding the principal should be directed to management authority of the school. They will usually be in the classroom during the day, but you can leave a message with the school office asking the teacher/principal to contact you.

How can I make sure my complaints procedures are effective?

To make sure your complaints procedures are effective, we recommend that: you ask the complainant at the earliest stage what they think might resolve the issue – an acknowledgement that the school could have handled the situation better is not the same as an admission of unlawful or negligent action