When something gets reported to Facebook, we'll review it and remove anything that doesn't follow our Community Standards. They're bullies who post things that are racist, sexist, and otherwise offensive. And you report them.

Facebook is eating shiit and noone reads the report if you report nothing happens.i reported at least 20 very hateful comments against migrants kill … Share photos and videos, send messages and get updates. Think twice before you start throwing shade on Facebook, ladies and gentlemen; you’re being watched, especially when it comes to bullying, threats, insults, and spam. When something gets reported to Facebook, we'll review it and remove anything that violates our Community Standards.

But what happens when you do? Facebook have produced this snazzy new flyer which outlines what happens when you report a post on the popular social networking site.

We won't tell the person you're talking to that you reported it. Please contact your local law enforcement immediately.They may be able to identify and rescue the child. Some people are total assholes on Facebook. Your name and other personal information will be kept completely confidential if we reach out to the person responsible. Create an account or log into Facebook. Report the photo or video to Facebook. Your name and other personal information will be kept completely confidential when we reach out to the person responsible. You'll be able to check the status of your report from the Support Inbox. At Webwise, we encourage you to teach young people the importance of reporting things online which they feel uncomfortable about. Please keep in mind that reporting something to Facebook doesn't guarantee that it will be removed. When you report a secret conversation, recent messages from that conversation will be decrypted and sent securely from your device to our Help Team for review. Community Standards violations can include bullying or harassment, threats and sexual violence or exploitation. If you don't have a Facebook account or are blocked from seeing the content you want to report, you can ask a friend to help you. Connect with friends, family and other people you know.