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What's the policy?
Twitter prohibits the promotion of products or services that distribute or facilitate access to materials that infringe the copyright of others globally.
In addition, Twitter will respond to reports of alleged copyright infringement, which includes copyright infringement in promoted content. For details about how we handle reports, please see our Copyright and DMCA policy. If we remove or disable access to promoted content under our Copyright and DMCA policy, we will notify users with a DMCA notification and also remove the content from promotion.
What products or services are subject to this policy?
This policy applies, but is not limited, to:
Sites promoting the unauthorized distribution of copyrighted content, such as:
- P2P file-sharing sites
- Sites selling physical copies of backed-up or pirated content
- Sites that aggregate copyrighted content from sites without authorization
Software that bypasses Digital Rights Management (DRM) for media, such as:
- Plug-ins or toolbars providing access to pirated content
Tools used to facilitate illegal copying of media, such as:
- Cable descramblers
- Blu-Ray rippers
How does this policy vary from country to country?
This policy applies to Twitter Ads in all countries.
What do advertisers need to know about this policy?
Advertisers should secure permission for content they post in Tweets or in their Twitter profile. If you are unsure whether you hold rights to a particular work, please consult an attorney or another adviser as Twitter cannot provide legal advice. There are plenty of resources to learn more about copyright law, among them:
Review our guidelines and make sure you understand the requirements for your brand and business. You are responsible for all your promoted content on Twitter. This includes complying with applicable laws and regulations regarding advertisements.
What other Twitter resources relate to this policy?
If you have a question about this content and are an advertiser, please contact our support agents directly by signing in to ads.twitter.com and clicking the “Help” text in the top navigation bar.
Please contact us through this channel so that we can easily match your report to the ads account in question.
If you are an advertiser whose account or tweets are currently under review and you would like to check on the status or request an expedited review, please contact our Support Team via the "Help" button in your Twitter Ads page and a specialist will take a look.
If you are not an advertiser and need to bring to our attention ads that are potentially violating these policies, you can use our Help Center forms to Report an Ad.
If you are interested in advertising on Twitter and want to learn more, please visit business.twitter.com.