Reporting something on Homeslice
If you find a post, image, or discussion that violates our Community Guidelines (aka Acceptable Use Policy), you can report it to us anonymously. We'll review your report and take action if we find something unacceptable.
Report Graphic Violence
We don't allow violent images or topics in posts shared gratuitously or for personal entertainment. If you see stuff like this, report it.
Raising awareness or showing an interest in historical events may be legitimate reasons to save violent imagery. These instances don't violate our policies, but not everyone is comfortable with their graphic nature.
Report Harassment and Cyberbullying
We take all reports of cyberbullying and harassment seriously. If a conversation rises to the level of bullying or harassment of a specific person, we'll remove it. If you see stuff like this, report it.
Not all unkind language violates our bullying policies. People criticizing celebrities, people in the news, religion, or other topics of public interest will generally be okay.
There are two things we look for when determining if something should be removed for harassment:
- The person being harassed must be a private person, not a public or newsworthy figure.
- It must be clear who is being harassed. This means the post or discussion includes a person's name, initials, date of birth, or picture.
If you're the target of harassment or cyberbullying:
- Stop interacting with the person harassing you
- Report the harassing posts, discussions, or person
- If you're ever concerned about your safety, contact a law enforcement agency
Report Hate Speech
Content attacking vulnerable groups based on their race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability, or medical condition, among others, is not allowed on Homeslice.
Unkind language targeted at governments, public figures, or other groups does not violate our policies.
If you see hate speech, report it. If you see a post or comment indicating a real threat of violence, let us know. If necessary, contact your local authorities.
Spammers will sometimes create posts and discussions with misleading links. Homeslice is dedicated to curating quality content, and we take fighting spam seriously. That being said, much of the curation is completed by real humans. Occasionally, they miss stuff. If you encounter a spammy post, account, or discussion report it and we'll take a look.
More to come.