Abusive or intimidating
Do I need to be the target of this content for it to be reviewed for violating the Twitter Rules?
No, we review both first-person and bystander reports of such content.
In addition to posing risks to people’s safety, abusive behavior may also lead to physical and emotional hardship for those affected.
Learn more about our approach to policy development and our enforcement philosophy.
Wishing or hoping serious harm on a person or group of people We do not tolerate content that wishes, hopes or expresses a desire for death, serious bodily harm or fatal disease against an individual or group of people.
As a result, says the ABA, they can present poorly in court.
Below, test yourself with these additional myth/truth statements regarding domestic violence and child custody from the ABA.
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Truth: Strong ties can be formed to an abusive parent as a survival technique by a child.