Any content that legitimizes or glorifies extremist and/or terrorist organizations, individuals or acts is prohibited on Dailymotion.
These rules apply to all forms of content available on Dailymotion, including videos and/or livestreams, descriptions or titles of videos, thumbnails, keywords, playlists, channels, and usernames.
What kind of content infringes these rules?
In particular, our users are prohibited from uploading any content :
- Provoking the commission of terrorist offences or violent extremist acts or glorifying such offences;
- Encouraging participation in terrorist offences;
- Praising, glorifying and/or supporting the acts of violent extremist and/or terrorist individuals or groups;
- Supporting terrorist and/or violent extremist ideologies;
- Encouraging people to join violent extremist and/or terrorist organizations;
- Providing instructions on methods or techniques for the commission of terrorist offences;
- Containing images, sounds or symbols (such as names, logos, flags, slogans, uniforms, gestures, pictures or other objects) intended to depict violent extremist and/or terrorist organizations or individuals;
- Emanating from criminal, violent extremist or terrorist organizations;
- Depicting one or more hostages;
- Posted online with the aim of soliciting, threatening or intimidating people on behalf of a criminal, violent extremist or terrorist organization.
This list is non-exhaustive.
How do I report terrorist content?
We invite our users to report such content on Dailymotion via the "report" button next to each video, by selecting the category "Terrorism" on our reporting form.
These reports allow us to identify content that may infringe our Prohibited Content Policy. Content that violates this policy will be removed from our platform.
You can find out more about our reporting process on our dedicated article.
How do we process your report?
To learn more, please read our dedicated article here.
- In order to identify terrorist content, Dailymotion relies on official consolidated lists of violent extremist organizations published by the United Nation and the European Union.
- As a member of the Tech Against Terrorism initiative, we are committed to tackle terrorist exploitation of the internet, whilst respecting human rights.