My content has been deleted, but I don’t believe it was in violation of the Ground Rules. What can I do?
If you disagree with a moderator’s decision, you can submit an appeal. Include why you believe your content was not in violation and add further context supporting your case.
The appeal will be reviewed by a moderator other than the one that rendered the original decision. After reviewing the appeal, the reviewing moderator has the right to reverse certain punitive actions, or may add new punitive actions, at the moderator’s sole discretion. We will not, however, be able to restore your content, but we will remove the associated strike to your account.
You can submit an appeal with our Voice User Success Team. Please include a link to where the deleted post used to be, and an explanation as to why you think we made the wrong decision deleting it. You can only appeal once in relation to any moderation decision.
My content was claimed to be in violation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). How do I file a counter notification?
Contact the Voice User Success team and submit a Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) counter notification.