The Twenty20 Team understands the frustration of seeing Stolen, Off Topic, and Inappropriate photos in challenges and galleries. In an attempt to make Twenty20 a more fun and more fair community, we will be dedicating more time to monitoring and reviewing flagged photos. As a member of the Twenty20 community, it’s important that you understand why, when, and how you should flag photos.
Why Should I Flag Photos?
Flagging a photo is the quickest and easiest way to notify the Twenty20 Team about a Stolen, Off Topic, or Inappropriate photo. Not only is it disappointing to see a stolen photo in the community but more importantly, it is unlawful for stolen photos to be sold on Twenty20. In addition, we have probably all experienced the frustration of seeing a photo in the Top 20% or higher that clearly doesn’t follow the challenge’s Creative Brief or contains inappropriate subject matter. Flagging these photos will help stop irrelevant and inappropriate entries from earning an honor.
When Should I Flag Photos?
Flag a photo as ‘Stolen’ when…
– You have seen that photo in several other places online
– You know that the user is not the owner of the photo
Flag a photo entered in a challenge as ‘Off Topic’ when…
– It clearly disregards the Creative Brief entirely
– It doesn’t comply with the stated Photo Requirements
Flag a photo as ‘Inappropriate’ when it shows…
– Nudity of anyone under 18
– Gratuitous shots of genitalia and blatant pornography
– Dead animals (non-natural setting)
– Self-harm, violence, or abuse that doesn’t appear to be staged
Please Note: Twenty20 has the sole discretion to allow or remove flagged content upon review.
How do I Flag Photos?
If you are unsure how to flag a photo in the app or on the web, click here for detailed instructions.
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