You still have the option to complain an account that has blocked you. You will have the option to add Tweets that reference you when reporting the account, unless that account has protected their Tweets and you do not follow them. If they don't protect their tweets, then anyone can see them.
Here are some examples of reasons why people might block you:
If you break the rules of Twitter by using it in an inappropriate way or violating its policies, then you could be blocked for such actions. For example, if you try to promote violence against others on the site or harass other users with your tweets, then you could be blocked for this reason.
People sometimes block others if they feel like it's being used as a cover to hide the fact that you're actually harassing another user. For example, if you send several reports to someone thinking it'll make him or her stop getting followed but it doesn't work out, then they might block you instead. In this case, they've been fooled by your action into thinking you were just trying to keep them from getting harassed when really you were trying to hurt them.
Finally, people sometimes block others if they feel like it's for their own protection.
Blocking allows users to prevent certain accounts from contacting them, viewing their Tweets, or following them. You may still ban other accounts on Twitter if you have been blocked by another account (including any that have blocked you). Users can block anyone who has contacted them directly via Tweet, Direct Message, email, or phone.
Users can unblock others at any time. If you want to be able to contact a user again, you only need to unblock them.
The process of blocking someone is called "blocking" them, and it prevents all forms of communication with the account until they unblock you. The exception to this is if the blocked person clicks the Block button inside of Twitter, which simply hides their avatar instead of preventing all communication.
In order for us to help you if you are having problems with someone's blocking of your account, we must know why they blocked you. So please include details about the reason you were blocked in your support request.
The blocker will not be able to see your tweets, mentions, or other activity until he or she accesses your Twitter account and watches your tweets.
The person you block will not be notified that they have been blocked. They will be able to access your tweets if the person you banned logs off of Twitter and your tweets are not protected. Navigate to the user's profile that you want to ban. In the upper right corner of the user's profile, click the symbol. This will take you to your blocking page.
Click the button that says "Block this person." You will now see a list of all the users you follow who have also blocked the person. When you block someone, they cannot see your tweets or interact with your account other than viewing your profile information.
Blocking someone is different from ignoring them. When you block a person, they will no longer receive notifications of new tweets or replies to their tweets. However, they can still read your timeline until you block them again. If you ignore someone, they will continue to receive notifications but they will never see your tweets. You can unblock someone at any time. Simply navigate to their profile, click the icon in the top-right corner, and select "unblock this person."
Users can also block people they don't follow. To do this, they need to include @username in a tweet. For example, if I wanted to block Nancy Pelosi but didn't follow her, she could identify me as someone to block by tweeting "@nancypelosi".
According to Twitter's harassment policy, accounts can be suspended if they "incite or engage in the targeted abuse or harassment of others." The platform takes into account if the abuse is one-sided, involves threats, or is delivered by one individual from numerous identities.
Yes. There is no way for someone to know who reported them, but they will be aware that their tweet was reviewed, even if no action was done.
If you believe an account or tweet violates the Twitter Rules or our Terms of Service, please notify us by reporting the account or tweet. You can report breaches such as abuse, sensitive media, impersonation, and spam. If you are confident a violation has been committed by one of our users, you can also contact us directly at [email protected]
We review all reports we receive carefully. While we cannot guarantee that we will respond to every report, we do take violations seriously and work hard to ensure a safe and respectful experience for all of our users.
You will be unable to view the profile if you are blocked. You are unable to view or follow [the blocker's] Tweets.
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