Blogger Content Policy
Blogger is a free service for communication, self-expression and freedom of speech. We believe that Blogger increases the availability of information, encourages healthy debate and makes possible new connections between people. It is our belief that censoring this content is contrary to a service that bases itself on freedom of expression.
However, in order to uphold these values, we need to curb abuses that threaten our ability to provide this service and the freedom of expression that it encourages. As a result, there are some boundaries on the type of content that can be hosted with Blogger. The boundaries that we've defined are those that both comply with legal requirements and that serve to enhance the service as a whole.
If you encounter a blog that you believe violates our policies, please report it to us using the 'Report Abuse' link located at the top of each blog under the 'More' drop-down menu. If the blog owner has hidden this link, you can still report abuse in the Blogger Help Centre.
Our content policies play an important role in maintaining a positive experience for you, the users. Please respect these guidelines. From time to time, we may change our content policies, so please check back here. Also, please note that when applying the policies below, we may make exceptions based on artistic, educational, documentary or scientific considerations, or where there are other substantial benefits to the public from not taking action on the content.
Enforcement of Blogger's Content Policy
Please report suspected policy violations to us using the 'Report Abuse' link located at the top of each blog under the 'More' drop-down menu or by clicking here.
Our team reviews user flags for policy violations. If the blog does not violate our policies, we will not take any action against the blog or blog owner. If we find that a blog does violate our content policies, we take one or more of the following actions, based on the severity of the violation:
We may also take any of the actions above if we find that a user has created several blogs with the purpose of evading our policies or engaging in repeated abusive behaviour. If you have had a blog disabled, do not create a replacement blog that engages in similar activity.