This article provides details on how to report the location of different content types to Discord for alleged copyright and trademark violations. Using the formats detailed in this article allows the Discord team to review your claim efficiently and effectively, so please use them!
What this article covers:
- Where to file a copyright or trademark claim
- How to report a user profile or server element
- How to report a live stream
- How to report a message
- How to report a message attachment
- How to report an emoji or sticker
Where to file a copyright or trademark claim
For information on how to file your claim of alleged copyright or trademark infringement, please refer to the Discord Copyright & IP Policy here.
In order for our team to review efficiently and effectively, we will need specific formats of information to locate the allegedly infringing material depending on your claim and content type.
Note: Please review the sections before submitting your request.
How to report a user profile or server element
Please provide the following information:
1. The User or Server ID number
2. Identify the specific allegedly infringing element(s), for example:
- Profile avatar
- Server icon
- Server banner
- Server discovery splash
- Server invite splash
How to report a live stream
Please provide the server ID and the channel ID where the alleged infringement is occurring in the following format:
If you are able to provide any evidence you have collected regarding the alleged live stream infringement(s), it may assist us in taking action against the allegedly infringing channel(s) or server(s).
How to report a message
Please provide the server ID, channel ID and message ID in the following format:
How to report a message attachment
Please report the direct link to the attachment, which will appear in the below format:
Instructions on how to locate server, channel, and message IDs can be found here.
How to report an emoji or sticker
Please provide the server ID and the emoji or sticker link.
To find the emoji or sticker link, right click on the emoji or sticker, select 'Copy Image Address', and paste the resulting URL into your request. The resulting URL should match the below formats: