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How to report someone on snapchat

Snapchat is probably one of your favorite social networking apps in the world, isn’t it?

But how many people do you know in your list of Snapchat followers who know how to report abuse, such as cyber bullying or online harassment?

Why You Should Report Abuse on Snapchat

Cyberbullying happens on every social media platform.

Every. Single. One.

Unfortunately, there’s no escaping from cyber bullying, as the Internet makes it easy for people to hide from others.

If you haven’t seen cyber bullying happen on Snapchat, chances are bullies will find a way to harass you.

Also, if you think about it, Snapchat is one of the most ideal places for bullies to target people online. It’s private, it’s easy to use, and it erases any pictures and videos you send within 24 hours. On top of that, once someone sees the picture or video, it only stays on their phones for 10 seconds before it gets deleted from their phones.

Most bullies know what they’re doing is wrong, and don’t want to leave a trail of evidence at the risk of getting caught.

Not to worry, though. We’re going to show you how to report abuse on Snapchat.

How to Report Abuse on Snapchat

It all starts with going to Snapchat Support.

It will take you to this screen:

How to report someone on snapchat

Once you’re on there, Snapchat will ask you three questions:

1. What can we help you with?

This is exactly what you see above.

Select the option, ‘I have a safety concern.’

2. What do you have a concern about?

Choose between one of the following options:
• A Snap or Chat I’ve received
• A Story I viewed
• A Snapchat account
• I think my account was hacked

The Third Question on Snapchat Support

If you answered ‘A Snap or Chat I’ve received,’ you will be directed to a third question:

What is your concern with this content?

If you select ‘A Snap or Chat I’ve received,’ you will be asked, “What is your concern with this content?”

How to report someone on snapchat

If you answered ‘A Story I viewed,’ select ‘A Snapchatter’s Story’ for the third question: “What type of Story concerns you?” Then you will get these options:

How to report someone on snapchat

If you are being cyber bullied on Snapchat, you will receive the following message at the bottom of your screen:

How to report someone on snapchat

They make two good points here:
1) Block the account from posting Snaps or Chats to you.

2) Change your privacy settings to prevent Snapchat users from sending you images and videos to your account. You can do this by selecting the ‘My Friends’ option in the ‘Contact Me’ section.

3) If you still need help, select yes (the orange button above). It will direct you to a form. Fill it out and they will get back to you as soon as they can.

Here’s what the form looks like:
How to report someone on snapchat

A Few Extra Tips:

Rather than rely solely on Snapchat’s report form, there are a few extra things you can do when you’re bullied on Snapchat.

1) Talk to your parents about what’s happening.

2) Save the evidence by taking a screenshot of the photo or video. The bully will be notified when you do this, but it’s always better to document what you see when you discuss things with a trusted adult. Plus, it encourages people to think before they post.

3) Ask for extra help. Remember that it’s always okay to ask for advice when you need it. Talk to your parents or teacher about what is happening. In addition, every GCC country has a 24/7 hotline specifically for online abuse. You can contact them from this list if you want a professional opinion on what to do.

How to report someone on snapchat

For chatting with friends and sharing funny pictures in the moment, teens turn to Snapchat. And though Instagram and WhatsApp have copied the disappearing messages that made the app popular, Snapchat remains the reigning champ when teens want to share something fleeting. But because snaps don’t last, they’re also the first choice for sharing not-so-great stuff, including vulgar, cruel, or humiliating content.

That’s one reason why it’s important for teens to know how to block and report people who are bullying them, on Snapchat or any other platform. Of course, safety and privacy settings only go so far in keeping bullies at bay, so it’s a good practice to talk to your kids about about how to handle hurtful comments before the problem gets too big. And if the bullying doesn’t stop, it’s important to gather evidence, talk to the school, and even get law enforcement involved, if there are threats (see the bullying laws for your state).

Here’s how to block and report bullies and deal with offensive content on Snapchat. And if you’re worried about the bully knowing you’ve blocked them, Snapchat doesn’t send a notification. They’ll only know you’ve blocked them when they search for you in their Friends list — because you won’t be there.

To block, report, or remove a person:

Tap their profile picture.

Tap the three dots in the upper right corner.

Tap Report if you want to alert Snapchat to that person’s actions in the app.

Tap Block if you don’t want the other person to view your Stories or Charms or send you Snaps or Chats.

Tap Remove if you don’t want the other person to see your private Stories or Charms (they’ll still be able to view your public content, though).

Note: If you want to prevent a person you’ve removed from contacting you or seeing your story, go to the “Who Can…” section in Settings and set each category to “My Friends.”

To report a Story or Snap or hide something in Discover:

Tap and hold a Snap or Story until the little white flag appears in the bottom left corner; tap the flag, and then choose the reason you’re reporting the content.

To hide something in Discover (if it’s offensive, offers products, or just isn’t interesting), tap and hold the tile, and then choose Hide.

If things go wrong for your child while using Snapchat, this is how you can help

Snapchat is one of thousands of photo-sharing apps. New apps are popping up all the time, which is why it’s important for children and young people to develop critical thinking and media literacy skills, to help them stay safe. (Of course kids can get into trouble using Snapchat or any other service, but the same can be said for swimming pools. That’s why we teach them how to swim!)

If something’s gone wrong, here’s what you can do:

Block the user

To block someone from sending you snaps, tap the Menu button, then My Friends. When you find the person’s name in your friends list (or under ‘Recent’ if you haven’t added them), swipe right across their name on Apple devices or, on Android phones, press and hold on the person’s name, then press Edit and then Block – or just Delete if you want them off your list. And because there is no mass-sharing, no one will see your content unless you choose to send it to them.

Flag underage users

If you are concerned about a person using Snapchat who is under 13, you can report the person by sending an email to [email protected]

Report abuse

If a child receives inappropriate photos or someone’s harassing them, contact Snapchat via [email protected] or by going to the Snapchat online support site. Certain Android phones allow you to shake the handset while using the app to be offered a Report a problem option.
In the unlikely event you encounter anything that appears to be illegal or dangerous or if you have reason to believe someone is at risk of harm or self-harm, contact YoungMinds on 0808 802 5544 or email at [email protected]

Delete the account

If Snapchat isn’t for you (or your child) you can delete the account by going to http://www.snapchat.com/a/delete_account, as long as you have the user name and password.

It generally works better to talk with your children about their favourite tools with genuine interest, rather than fear – because then they’re more likely to come to you when they need help and you’re much more likely to be kept in the loop.

Further reading

The advice published on Parent Info is provided by independent experts in their field and not necessarily the views of Parent Zone or NCA-CEOP.

Updated: ​May 2018

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How to report someone on snapchat

7 Things Parents Need to Know about Snapchat

How to report someone on snapchat

Lots of teens are using Snapchat, if your child is one of them here’s some things you need to know about the popular messaging app.

1. You can block other users

If your child is experiencing harassment, being bullied or receiving unwanted contact on Snapchat, there is an option to block users. Blocking users will prevent them from sending Snaps, viewing Chats or seeing your Stories. You can also delete users from your contact list. Deleting users will remove them from your contact list and will prevent them from sending you any messages. For more information on blocking and deleting users on Snapchat go to: snapchat.com/a/block-friends

How to delete someone on Snapchat

How to report someone on snapchat

2. You can report abuse

In addition to blocking and deleting other users, Snapchat does have the option to report abuse. Users should report any inappropriate content they come across, harassment or bullying to Snapchat. There is a dedicated section on their website for reporting abuse/inappropriate content. For more information go to: snapchat.com/co/other-abuse

How to report someone on snapchat

3. You can save Snaps

What makes Snapchat different from other apps is messages disappear after a certain amount of time. But not everyone is aware that Snapchats can be captured and saved. While the Snapchat app doesn’t have this option there are many third party apps available which can be used to capture images on Snapchat. Users can also screenshot images on their phone, however Snapchat usually lets a user know if this has happened (this isn’t 100% reliable).

4. You can share your location

Snapchat allows users to share their location with their friends/contacts using the Geofilters function or Snap Map feature. If a user has their location services enabled on their phone and has filters turned on within Snapchat settings, it is very easy to share your location. Users can simply share their location by swiping right on the Snap they wish to share. This option can be disabled by ensuring your phone’s locations settings aren’t enabled, you can also turn off filters in the Snapchat settings. For information on updating Snap Map location sharing go to: webwise.ie/parents/snap-map/

How to disable Geofilters on Snapchat

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5. Saving inappropriate Snaps could get you into trouble

Snapchat can also be used by teens to send intimate images. Many young users may not be aware that saving or sharing of certain images could land them in trouble. It is an offence to create, possess, or distribute explicit images of anyone under 17. This could result in serious consequences including criminal prosecution. In cases of self-generated sexting content or ‘nude selfies’, the person him/herself can be the creator, distributor and possessor of illegal content. In these cases the Gardaí tend to take a common sense approach. In addition, under data protection law, individuals have the right not to have their personal data, including their image, collected and published without consent. Anyone who publishes private content, received via sexts, online could be seen to be violating data protection laws and could have a civil lawsuit brought against them.

6. Users can send a Snap from a friend’s story to another user


Snapchat Stories have become increasingly popular with younger users. Stories allow users to compile photos/videos for all their friends to view and publish them as a Story. Unlike normal Snaps, Snapchat Stories last for 24 hours and can be viewed more than once by anyone connected to a users’ Snapchat profile. The latest update from Snapchat now allows users to send a Snap from a friend’s story to another user (via private message). This is something users need to be careful with as it gives less control of who sees your stories. The best advice is not to share anything you would not want your Granny to see.

7. Users can report a Snap on Story Explorer

If you see something on Story Explorer that does not follow Snapchat’s Community Guidelines, press and hold on the Snap to report it to the Snapchat team. Click below for more information on the latest update to Snapchat.

What to look out for, and what to do about it!

@DMBisson
12:16 pm, January 3, 2017

Snapchat is one of the most popular messaging services available today.

As of June 2016, more than 150 million active users interact with one another daily via Snapchat.

Some use the app strictly for its originally advertised purpose: sending images that are deleted shortly thereafter.

Others are drawn by the service’s more recent features. Those include Snapcash, a method introduced for users to send mobile payments to their friends.

Given the app’s popularity, it’s no wonder online criminals have set their sights on hacking users’ Snapchat accounts. Some have already met with limited success.

For instance, back in late 2013, a group of hackers published a database containing the usernames and phone numbers of approximately 4.6 million Snapchat users. Nefarious individuals could have used that information to profile targets across multiple web accounts.

We also can’t forget about the security incident that occurred back in February 2016. In that attack, someone posed as the company’s CEO and convinced a Snapchat employee to send over payroll information. The successful phish ultimately compromised dozens of employees’ identities.

To be fair, a mega breach on the scale of what affected LinkedIn, Tumblr, and Yahoo has yet to strike the messaging app.

But that’s not to say criminals aren’t trying to find a way into people’s accounts. Hackers clearly have Snapchat in their sights, which is why users need to learn how to spot the warning signs of a hack and how they can recover their accounts if someone compromises them.

Let’s get started.

Looking for a Warning Sign

When it comes to spotting a hack against their accounts, Snapchat users should look out for three warning signs:

  1. Unusual activity. A user finds that their account doesn’t look the same as when they left it. Their settings or display name might be different. Alternatively, they might have several new friends whom they don’t recognize. All those observations point to someone having messed with their account.
  2. High rate of re-authentication. A user shouldn’t have to log into their account every time they try to access Snapchat’s app. But they might need to do so if someone’s been logging on in their name from another device, thereby logging them out. For that reason, a user should assume hackers are afoot if they need to keep re-authenticating themselves.
  3. Revealing correspondence from Snapchat. Like most web services, Snapchat has implemented measures designed to protect its users’ account security. That’s why the app’s parent company sends emails and/or texts a user whenever a change is made to their account, such as an updated password or email address, or when Snapchat detects a login session from an unusual location. If a user starts receiving these types of messages from Snapchat out of the blue, they can bet someone has hacked their accounts.

Recovering your Account

The ease with which users can recover their Snapchat accounts depends on to what extent hackers control them. The greater the amount of control, the more difficult the task of recovery. From easiest to hardest, here’s how users can recover their accounts:

  1. Change your passwords. In some situations, hackers obtain a user’s login credentials, gain access to their profile, and don’t do anything with the account settings once they’re there. If that’s the case, a user can recover their account by logging in and changing their password.
  2. Use “Forgot your Password”. Attackers aren’t always hands-off. Sometimes they’ll lock a Snapchat user out of their account by changing their password. Fortunately, that user can recover their account by using “Forgot your Password,” an option provided by Snapchat at the login screen that passes a temporary password to them via their email address or mobile phone number.
  3. Contact Snapchat. The worst-case scenario is when hackers ransack a user’s account and change not only their password but also their email address, phone number, and other contact information. When that happens, a user should go to Snapchat’s help page, fill out a request for an account recovery, and specify that their account has been hacked.

Conclusion

When it comes to their Snapchat accounts’ security, users shouldn’t just tune into detection and response. They should also consider how they can prevent a hack in the first place. They can do so by using a strong password that’s unique for their Snapchat account, never sharing access to their login credentials with anyone, and setting up two-step verification on their account.

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David Bisson is an infosec news junkie and security journalist. He works as Contributing Editor for Graham Cluley Security News and Associate Editor for Tripwire’s “The State of Security” blog.

How to report someone on snapchat

Snapchat has been around for a while and still remains a great way to keep in touch with people around the world. However, if there’s one thing we don’t like about the app, it is the Discover page. You know the one; messy, full of ads, clickbait everywhere.

If you’ve been wondering if there’s a way to hide the whole Discover tab altogether, this article is for you.

  • What is the Discover tab on Snapchat?
  • Can you get rid of the Discover tab on Snapchat in 2020?
  • How to filter content on Discover?
    • 1. Unsubscribe to channels
    • 2. Hide creators and channels
    • 3. Report content
    • 4. Change ad preferences

What is the Discover tab on Snapchat?

How to report someone on snapchat

Snapchat’s Discover tab allows users to search for content that they would like to view. It also creates a playlist of sorts, of what the app thinks you would like, based on your activity. The discover tab is divided into three sections. Friends’ stories, Subscriptions, and For you. The ‘For you’ portion is filled with shows, publisher content, and snaps from creators in the community.

The tab is accessible by swiping left when you launch the Snapchat app.

Can you get rid of the Discover tab on Snapchat in 2020?

Like it or not, since the Discover tab is part of the design of the app, there is no way to simply get rid of it. There are some third-party apps that claim that they can, but it is highly unadvisable to do so. Besides, using third-party apps on Snapchat is a sure-fire way to get your account suspended.

Even though you cannot get rid of the Discover tab completely, there is a way to filter out content that appears on the page. Read on to find out more.

How to filter content on Discover?

There are a few things you can do to filter what appears on your Discover tab. The discover tab works by learning what your likes and dislikes are and creating a customized list of creators for you.

1. Unsubscribe to channels

The first thing you want to do is unsubscribe to any channels/creators that you no longer follow. To unsubscribe from a channel, first go to the Discover tab and locate that channel.

Now tap and hold on their tile. In the popup menu toggle off the ‘Subscribe’ option.

How to report someone on snapchat

To unsubscribe from a creator, tap and hold the tile, then tap the ‘Subscribed’ button under their name. You will need to reconfirm that you would like to unsubscribe from them.

How to report someone on snapchat

2. Hide creators and channels

If there is something or someone that you would not like appearing in your Discover feed, you can opt to hide them. Hidden channels and creators will not show up, even if they post new content.

To hide a creator or channel, tap and hold their tile in the Discover tab. Now select ‘Hide from Discover’.

How to report someone on snapchat

Note: You can only hide content that you are not subscribed to. If you want to hide content that you are currently subscribed to, you must first unsubscribe, and then hide it.

3. Report content

If you find anything offensive on your Discover feed, or even just something that you would not like to see, you can report it to get it off your feed.

To report content, tap and hold on the tile in your Discover feed. Now select ‘Report tile’.

On the next page, select the reason for reporting it. If you just would rather not have it on your feed, you can select ”I just don’t want to see it’.

How to report someone on snapchat

4. Change ad preferences

Snapchat ads are annoying, loud, and intrusive. You never know when you’re suddenly going to be assaulted by one. Now, you can’t get rid of ads altogether (how we wish), but you can adjust the types of ads.

To change your ad preferences, you will need to go to your Snapchat profile. Go to Settings > Ads. Select ‘Lifestyle & Interests’.

How to report someone on snapchat

How to report someone on snapchat

You can individually unselect the various genres, or simply scroll to the very bottom and tap ‘Clear Content Interest Tags’.

How to report someone on snapchat

We hope this article helped. While there currently doesn’t seem to be a way to get rid of the Discover tab, these methods should help you clear up the clutter a bit. If you have any queries, feel free to drop us a comment below.

How to report someone on snapchat

7 Things Parents Need to Know about Snapchat

How to report someone on snapchat

Lots of teens are using Snapchat, if your child is one of them here’s some things you need to know about the popular messaging app.

1. You can block other users

If your child is experiencing harassment, being bullied or receiving unwanted contact on Snapchat, there is an option to block users. Blocking users will prevent them from sending Snaps, viewing Chats or seeing your Stories. You can also delete users from your contact list. Deleting users will remove them from your contact list and will prevent them from sending you any messages. For more information on blocking and deleting users on Snapchat go to: snapchat.com/a/block-friends

How to delete someone on Snapchat

How to report someone on snapchat

2. You can report abuse

In addition to blocking and deleting other users, Snapchat does have the option to report abuse. Users should report any inappropriate content they come across, harassment or bullying to Snapchat. There is a dedicated section on their website for reporting abuse/inappropriate content. For more information go to: snapchat.com/co/other-abuse

How to report someone on snapchat

3. You can save Snaps

What makes Snapchat different from other apps is messages disappear after a certain amount of time. But not everyone is aware that Snapchats can be captured and saved. While the Snapchat app doesn’t have this option there are many third party apps available which can be used to capture images on Snapchat. Users can also screenshot images on their phone, however Snapchat usually lets a user know if this has happened (this isn’t 100% reliable).

4. You can share your location

Snapchat allows users to share their location with their friends/contacts using the Geofilters function or Snap Map feature. If a user has their location services enabled on their phone and has filters turned on within Snapchat settings, it is very easy to share your location. Users can simply share their location by swiping right on the Snap they wish to share. This option can be disabled by ensuring your phone’s locations settings aren’t enabled, you can also turn off filters in the Snapchat settings. For information on updating Snap Map location sharing go to: webwise.ie/parents/snap-map/

How to disable Geofilters on Snapchat

How to report someone on snapchat

5. Saving inappropriate Snaps could get you into trouble

Snapchat can also be used by teens to send intimate images. Many young users may not be aware that saving or sharing of certain images could land them in trouble. It is an offence to create, possess, or distribute explicit images of anyone under 17. This could result in serious consequences including criminal prosecution. In cases of self-generated sexting content or ‘nude selfies’, the person him/herself can be the creator, distributor and possessor of illegal content. In these cases the Gardaí tend to take a common sense approach. In addition, under data protection law, individuals have the right not to have their personal data, including their image, collected and published without consent. Anyone who publishes private content, received via sexts, online could be seen to be violating data protection laws and could have a civil lawsuit brought against them.

6. Users can send a Snap from a friend’s story to another user


Snapchat Stories have become increasingly popular with younger users. Stories allow users to compile photos/videos for all their friends to view and publish them as a Story. Unlike normal Snaps, Snapchat Stories last for 24 hours and can be viewed more than once by anyone connected to a users’ Snapchat profile. The latest update from Snapchat now allows users to send a Snap from a friend’s story to another user (via private message). This is something users need to be careful with as it gives less control of who sees your stories. The best advice is not to share anything you would not want your Granny to see.

7. Users can report a Snap on Story Explorer

If you see something on Story Explorer that does not follow Snapchat’s Community Guidelines, press and hold on the Snap to report it to the Snapchat team. Click below for more information on the latest update to Snapchat.

Snapchat is one of the most popular messaging apps out there and we have already shared many Snapchat tips and tricks including a way to take screenshot without notifying the sender, to help you use it effeciently. However, today we are focusing on a single Snapchat problem that seems to plague most of its users. Snapchat has a privacy feature which allows its users to block anyone. However, there are times when you as a user want to know if you have been blocked by someone or not. So, if you are not receiving a snap from a special someone, it would be a good idea to check whether he/she might have blocked you. Well, here are three ways to know if someone has blocked you Snapchat.

Know If Someone Has Blocked You on Snapchat (2020)

1. Check your Snapchat contact list

The first thing you should do to find out if you have been blocked by someone is to check your Snapchat contact list. If you don’t see a particular contact listed on Snapchat, chances are, you might have been blocked. Also, if the contact regularly uploads a story, go ahead and check the Stories tab for any stories from the contact. If there are no stories from the contact, it’s another confirmation of you being blocked.

You can check out your contact list by tapping on the “New Chat” button found on the top-right corner of the chat screen.

How to report someone on snapchat

2. Search for username

The next way is to try and search for the person via their username or full name. You can do so by going to the Camera viewfinder screen and hitting the search button. Try searching for the username and if you can’t find anyone with the username, it’s because you might have been blocked. If you have been blocked very recently, you might even see the username but when you tap the add button, you will get a message saying “Sorry! Couldn’t find username”.

How to report someone on snapchat

3. Try sending a message

One last way is to try sending a message. If the contact you think has blocked you is already in your chat list, you can try sending them a message. If you have indeed been blocked, your message will not be sent and you will get a message saying “Failed to send – Tap to try again”.

How to report someone on snapchat

Bonus Method: Ask Your Friend or Create a New Account

There’s one more very basic way and this is if you and the contact that you think might have blocked you have a mutual friend. You can then ask your mutual friend to check if they are available on their Snapchat account and if they are, it’s obvious that you have been blocked.

If you don’t want to ask anyone, you can do that yourself by creating a second account. Since account creation on Snapchat doesn’t require you to enter a real email ID (it is only required when you want to verify your account), you can easily create a secondary account and then search for the user using his/her username. If they show up in the search result of your secondary account but not in the search result of your main account, that means you have been blocked.

Find out if you have been blocked on Snapchat

These are the only ways to find if someone has blocked you on Snapchat. So, stop living in the confusion and find out if you have been blocked. If you find any other method which is not on the list but works, share it with us by writing in the comments section below.

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11 COMMENTS

I can search user by user name but cant send her message, get an error ( failed- Tap to try again) wo am i blocked or not ?

So he saw my stories and was in my friend’s list, then he name is under other snapchatters and I can’t click on his name, and can find him to add as a friend

What a coincidence… except, I’ve thought this person has blocked me before and instead their account was deactivated. I was able to send a message, but then I logged off. Logged back on. And they disappeared. Did they deactivate their account? Did they actually block me? I have to wait to find out and it’s frustrating.

So the contacts name has emojis after it in my phone book

What if its only their first name comes up in the camera home screen Search for friend ,

but when you go to the “add friend” section in snap chat & search their user name their & the name you saved them as in your contacts with the emojis comes up in that section?

They blocked you.

What if like you could still send someone messages and it’s still blue. But all of a sudden you go to their profile and it says,”add friend” but when you press on the button nothing happens?

I’m having the same problem

I’m having this problem, did u find out what it means?

Yes same problem any developments?

Find them and beat them until they admit that they blocked you and unblock you

How to report someone on snapchat

Immediate Help?

Snapchat’s photo-sharing service enables users to share private photos with each other that only exist for a brief period of time. After the recipient opens your photo or video, it is deleted. But that doesn’t stop users from taking screenshots.

So what should you do if one of your private images is screenshotted by someone who shares it around? Here’s how to deal with having your pictures screenshotted on Snapchat.

1. Report the User to Snapchat

If the user in question is a troublemaker then you can report them using Snapchat’s built-in report feature. Simply go to their profile, press the three-dotted icon in the top right of the page, click ‘more’, then click ‘report user’. On the pop-up menu that follows, the only really appropriate option to select is ‘they’re annoying’ since the other options are too specific.

2. Go To The Authorities

If you think that someone has an intimate picture of you and might share it then you should go straight to your local authorities. In some countries, the sharing of Snapchat messages with others than the originally intended recipient is considered a crime. If you can, document any proof you have that the user has screenshotted and shared the image. If it has been posted online, save a copy of the whole webpage, and report it to your local authorities.

Depending on your location your country may have a specific branch that deals with online abuse and harassment. A search engine should provide you with all the relevant information.

If all else fails you, contact us and we can fight your corner.

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