Live Journal

Live Jornal have a comprehivse list of Abuse Policies that must be ahered to. If you find that there is a blog that falls under one of these policyies then Live Journal will remove it:

  • Adult Content
  • COPPA Violation
  • Child Pornography and Explicit Images of Minors
  • Commercial Activity
  • Copyright Violation
  • Evasion of Termination
  • Harassment
  • Hate Speech
  • Illegal Content
  • Impersonation
  • Inappropriate Content
  • Invasion of Privacy
  • Journal Ban Evasion
  • Journal Break-in
  • Missing Maintainers
  • Non-LiveJournal Requests
  • Objectionable Userpic
  • Requests From Parents
  • Self Harm
  • Shared Authorization Code
  • Spam
  • Suicidal Posts
  • Third-Party Requests
  • Threatening Content
  • Unwanted Friending

Follow this link for more Live Journal Abuse Policy

  • In cases where it is not possible to disable access to material, a user is given 72 hours to comply from the time an email is sent, with the time rounded as necessary to bring the deadline to 12:01 AM, Eastern Standard/Daylight Time (05:01/04:01 GMT). Failure to remove the content by the given deadline will result in the suspension of the account which has posted the material.
  • A suspended user should receive an email from the Abuse Prevention Team which contains instructions on how to unsuspend their account, as well as information on what actions they will need to take to prevent being re-suspended.
  • Once a user has unsuspended their account, they will have 2 hours to make the necessary corrections. Additional time may be granted at the discretion of the Abuse Prevention Team, if they believe this additional time would be necessary to complete the required changes. If a user fails to make the necessary corrections in this time frame, their account will be suspended permanently.

What to do to get blog or post removed from Livejournal Follow the link, you will be asked a list of questions and your contact details

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