Privacy and safety in Messenger
Privacy in Messenger
You can find information on how privacy works in Messenger and the tools we provide to help you stay in control of your privacy. For example, you can choose who can see your stories, who can see your active status and more.
Control your privacy on Messenger
Control who can send messages to your Messenger Chats list
Information collected about you when you join calls without a Facebook or Messenger account
Do advertisers have access to my personal information on Facebook?
How does Facebook decide which ads to show me?
Give feedback on or report a conversation in Messenger
Safety in Messenger
We want to make sure you know about all the safety resources and information available to you. If you see something that goes against the Facebook Community Standards, please let us know.
How can I stay safe in Messenger?
A relationship in Messenger is making me uncomfortable. What should I do?
What to do if someone in your call makes you uncomfortable
Stay safe in calls on Messenger
What should I do if a friend posted something that suggests they may have an eating disorder?
What should I do if someone sends me images of a child being physically abused or sexually exploited?
I'm having thoughts about suicide or self-injury.
How do I help someone who may be a victim of human trafficking or has sent a suspicious message related to human trafficking?
What should I do if someone says something about suicide or self-injury?