Resources and Support
Help for people under 18 years of age
For help removing images
- National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
- The Internet Watch Foundation (IWF)
- Childline – Report Remove tool
- Child Exploitation and Online Protection command (CEOP)
For additional help and support
Global organisations that support with NCII
Report NCII to other platforms
Here is how you can contact social media platforms to get help removing your intimate images online:
- Bumble Safety Center
- Block and Report: how to report someone directly to a member of the Bumble team
- Safety Center
- Reporting directly to Trust and Safety
- Submitting an Abuse Report: Fill out this form, including all relevant information (message IDs, channel IDs, etc)
- Google Help Center
- Removal request for NCII: You or an authorized representative can submit a request to remove links to the content from Google search results.
- Messenger Help Center: Reporting Conversations
- Reporting Abuse
- Safety Resources and Support
- Wellbeing resources include in-app reporting tools, so users can anonymously report when their friends are at risk from harmful content. Snap then shares resources to both the person reporting and the victim.
- Help Center
- Blocking and Reporting Contacts
- Reporting someone means WhatsApp receives the most recent messages sent to you by the reported user or group, as well as information on your recent interactions with the reported user.
- YouTube Help Center
- YouTube Commitment to Managing Harmful Content
- Reporting inappropriate content
- When something is reported, it is automatically taken down. You can report videos, playlists, thumbnails, links, comments, live chats, channels, and ads. YouTube staff review reported videos 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
- Users can also report inappropriate search predictions