Here is untapped Blogger Content Policy and these policies must be read by the newbies blogger before
start a blogspot blog. As a user to access a service provided by blogspot
(blogger.com), new bloggers are subject to this policy, and cannot be
arbitrarily violate the policy has been issued and published by Blogger.com
Please
ensure whether your blog does not violate any of the terms in the policy basis
for the content of this blogspot blog avoid your blog – either deleted,
inaccessible, blocked for Google Adsense advertising or punished by local law.
Understand, and promote your blog as a blog with credibility, reliable,
well-liked, and not make it as a space that eventually only detrimental.

Here
is the basic policy content that has been issued by blogger.com

Blogger Content Policy

Blogger is a free service for communication, self-expression
and freedom of speech. We believe Blogger increases the availability of
information, encourages healthy debate, and makes possible new connections
between people. It is our belief that censoring this content is contrary to a
service that bases itself on freedom of expression.
However, in order to uphold these values, we need to curb
abuses that threaten our ability to provide this service and the freedom of
expression it encourages. As a result, there are some boundaries on the type of
content that can be hosted with Blogger. The boundaries we’ve defined are those
that both comply with legal requirements and that serve to enhance the service
as a whole.
If you encounter a blog that you believe violates our
policies, please report it to us using the ‘Report Abuse’ link located at the
top of each blog under the ‘More’ dropdown. If the blog owner has hidden this
link, you can still report abuse in
the Blogger Help Center
.

Content Boundaries

Our content policies play an important role in
maintaining a positive experience for you, the users. Please respect these
guidelines. From time to time, we may change our content policies so please
check back here. Also, please note that when applying the policies below, we
may make exceptions based on artistic, educational, documentary, or scientific
considerations or where there are other substantial benefits to the public from
not taking action on the content.
Adult
Content:
 We do allow
adult content on Blogger, including images or videos that contain nudity or
sexual activity. If your blog contains adult content, please mark it as ‘adult’
in your Blogger settings. We may also mark blogs with adult content where the
owners have not. All blogs marked as ‘adult’ will be placed behind an ‘adult
content’ warning interstitial. If your blog has a warning interstitial, please
do not attempt to circumvent or disable the interstitial – it is for everyone’s
protection.
There are
some exceptions to our adult content policy:
·        
Do not use Blogger as a way to make money on
adult content. For example, don’t create blogs that contain ads for or links to
commercial porn sites.
·        
We do not allow illegal sexual content,
including image, video or textual content that depicts or encourages rape,
incest, bestiality, or necrophilia.
·        
Do not post or distribute private nude or
sexually explicit images or videos without the subject’s consent. If someone
has posted a private nude or sexually explicit image or video of you, please
report it to us here.
Child
safety:
 We have a
zero-tolerance policy towards content that exploits children. Some examples of
this include:
·        
Child sexual
abuse imagery:
 We will
terminate the accounts of any user we find publishing or distributing child
sexual abuse imagery. We will also report that user to law enforcement.
·        
Pedophilia: We do
not allow content that encourages or promotes sexual attraction towards
children. For example, do not create blogs with galleries of images of children
where the collection of images or text accompanying the images is sexually
suggestive, and do not publish content of a sexual nature involving an underage
participant.
Hate Speech: Our
products are platforms for free expression. But we don’t support content that
promotes or condones violence against individuals or groups based on race or
ethnic origin, religion, disability, gender, age, nationality, veteran status,
or sexual orientation/gender identity, or whose primary purpose is inciting
hatred on the basis of these core characteristics. This can be a delicate
balancing act, but if the primary purpose is to attack a protected group, the
content crosses the line.
Crude
Content:
 Don’t post
content just to be shocking or graphic. For example, collections of close-up
images of gunshot wounds or accident scenes without additional context or
commentary would violate this policy.
Violence: Don’t
threaten other people on your blog. For example, don’t post death threats
against another person or group of people and don’t post content encouraging
your readers to take violent action against another person or group of people.
Harassment: Do
not harass or bully others. Anyone using Blogger to harass or bully may have
the offending content removed or be permanently banned from the site. Online
harassment is also illegal in many places and can have serious offline
consequences.
Copyright: It is
our policy to respond to clear notices of alleged copyright infringement. More
information about our copyright procedures can be found here. Also, please don’t provide links to
sites where your readers can obtain unauthorized downloads of other people’s
content.
Personal and
confidential information:
 It’s not ok
to publish another person’s personal and confidential information. For example,
don’t post someone else’s credit card numbers, Social Security numbers,
unlisted phone numbers, and driver’s license numbers. Also, please keep in mind
that in most cases, information that is already available elsewhere on the
Internet or in public records is not considered to be private or confidential
under our policies.
Impersonating
others:
 Please don’t
mislead or confuse readers by pretending to be someone else or pretending to
represent an organization when you don’t. We’re not saying you can’t publish
parody or satire – just avoid content that is likely to mislead readers about
your true identity.
Illegal
activities:
 Do not use
Blogger to engage in illegal activities or to promote dangerous and illegal
activities. For example, don’t author a blog encouraging people to drink and
drive. Please also do not use Blogger to sell or promote illegal drugs.
Otherwise, we may delete your content. Also, in serious cases such as those
involving the abuse of children, we may report you to the appropriate
authorities.
Regulated
Goods and Services:
 Do not use
Blogger to sell or facilitate the sale of regulated goods and services, such as
alcohol, gambling, pharmaceuticals and unapproved supplements, tobacco,
fireworks, weapons, or health/medical devices.
Spam: Spam
takes several forms in Blogger, all of which can result in deletion of your
account or blog. Some examples include creating blogs designed to drive traffic
to your site or to move it up in search listings, posting comments on other
people’s blogs just to promote your site or product, and scraping existing
content from other sources for the primary purpose of generating revenue or
other personal gains.
Malware and
viruses:
 Do not
create blogs that transmit viruses, cause pop-ups, attempt to install software
without the reader’s consent, or otherwise impact readers with malicious code.
This is strictly forbidden on Blogger.

Enforcement of Blogger’s Content Policy

Please report suspected policy violations to us using the
‘Report Abuse’ link located at the top of each blog under the ‘More’ dropdown
or by clicking here.
Our team reviews user flags for policy violations. If the
blog does not violate our policies, we will not take any action against the
blog or blog owner. If we find that a blog does violate our content policies,
we take one or more of the following actions based on the severity of the
violation:
·        
Put the blog behind an ‘adult content’
interstitial
·        
Put the blog behind an interstitial where
only the blog author can access the content
·        
Delete the offending content, blog post or
blog
·        
Disable the author’s access to his/her
Blogger account
·        
Disable the author’s access to his/her Google
account
·        
Report the user to law enforcement
We may also take any of the above actions if we find that
a user has created multiple blogs with the purpose of evading our policies or
engaging in repeated abusive behavior. If you have had a blog disabled, do not
create a replacement blog that engages in similar activity.
Avoid scripts and bots that transmit viruses, Malwares worms, Trojan horses,
Ransomware, Spyware, and other malicious programs, cause the item to arise, try installing
the software without consent, or otherwise impact readers with malicious code.
These things are strictly prohibited in Blogger blogspot blog.

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