If someone posts something that breaks your instance's rules, you can report them to your instance admin. The admin will then decide what action to take, such as a warning or a ban.
Click on the "..." underneath the message you want to report, select "Report", make sure at least one message is selected and click "Submit".
If they are from another instance, there's also an option to report the person to their own instance admin too, who can delete the account.
@feditips report this, you go shit, we don't abandon fascist sites to put up with the same rubbish in Mastodon
Every network blocks something, even if it's just spam. It is a myth that there could ever be a platform that allows everything.
People will disagree over what is allowed, but that's why decentralised social media is better.
The point of Mastodon is there are thousands of instances to choose from. If you disagree with an instance's rules, you can go to another one or set up your own.
Each instance decides what it allows and who it federates with.
We always have the options to block or silence another user, any action beyond this is garbage that can be used to manipulate, condition someone, and even persecute people.
The Fediverse doesn't have a binary "banned/not banned" option.
One Mastodon instance banning a user doesn't ban that user across the network, it just bans them on that instance.
It's up to each instance to decide who to ban or block, and there are thousands of instances.
It's kind of like if you got banned from a bar, you can still go to another bar, but if you break the rules there they may ban you too.
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