In addition to the prohibitions described in the Community Guidelines, any content that is illegal under French law is also prohibited on Snapchat, including but not limited to:
- Promotion, denial or trivialisation of crimes against humanity
- Provocation to commit acts of terrorism and their promotion
- Incitement of hatred or violence against persons because of their sex, race, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, ethnicity or religion
- Child pornography
- Offences against human dignity
- Sexual harassment
- Human trafficking
Please remember that you can always report abuse on Snapchat by using our in-app reporting feature or by completing this form. We review these reports to determine whether there is a violation of the Community Guidelines, Terms of Service, or French law. If we find that there is a violation, we may remove the offending content, terminate or limit the visibility of the account, and/or notify law enforcement. If your account is terminated for violating our Terms of Service, Community Guidelines, or the French law, you are not allowed to use Snapchat again. If you believe that your content has been removed in error, you can submit an appeal here (for Spotlight content click here).
For more information about our moderation practices, you can review our Transparency Report.