This page is a translated version of the page Child protection and the translation is 52% complete.
Currently, the terms of use define basic restrictions on behavior on the projects, and some individual wikis have local policies or drafts addressing child protection. The text discussed here has been drawn primarily from these sources.

The Wikimedia terms of use lists the following activities as inappropriate uses of the sites, and grounds for being blocked:

  • 发布儿童色情内容或任何其他违反有关儿童色情或儿童性虐待材料的适用法律的内容,或鼓励、诱骗或倡导他人创建或分享此类材料;
  • 出于非法目的或违反有关未成年人健康或福祉的任何适用法律,向未满 18 岁或未满您所在的法定成年年龄的18岁以上索取个人身份信息。

Editors who attempt to use Wikimedia projects to pursue these activities will be globally blocked/locked from all projects.


Reports of editors engaged in such conduct should be made to the WMF at: legal-reports

Email reports are preferred, as public comments suggesting a contributor is engaging in such conduct may be considered libel, or may involve unacceptable privacy issues for the editor or for a minor. Such comments can be removed by any editor, and may be deleted.







Editors who attempt to use Wikipedia to pursue or facilitate inappropriate adult–child relationships, who advocate inappropriate adult–child relationships (e.g. by expressing the view that inappropriate relationships are not harmful to children), or who identify themselves as pedophiles, will be blocked indefinitely.

Some go no further, others have additional details.

Advice for young editors

If you are a younger editor and feel that another person on any Wikimedia project is behaving in a way that you feel threatens your personal safety, or causes you concerns in any way whatsoever, please tell a responsible adult. We recommend that you or the responsible adult should contact the Wikimedia Foundation by email at legal-reports wikimedia org. If you think that your personal safety is at risk, please contact your local law enforcement authorities or the public prosecution service. Do not continue to communicate with the other person – it is best to ignore them completely. Never give out personal identity information such as your address or phone number to anyone online, including people who say they are trying to help you. When in doubt about whether certain information is too personal to share, do not give it out.