Good topic. Another kind of creator is “artists.” Art being highly subjective is prone to being reported for being to graphic, powerful, offensive, etc… A reporting system is great to allow the community to enforce policy standards but sometimes a post will get reported that isn’t necessarily breaking a policy. On vine for example, nudity expressed in a pornographic manner was not allowed, however, nudity was allowed when used as an expression that was clearly art driven. Anyone familiar with my work knows my expressions are art driven. Sometimes there would be an occasional shot of nudity in-between lots of other footage that was not pornographic, and it would get reported… too many times, and the “sensitive content warning” message would cover all my posts. I would have to contact somebody at Vine to review my content to have the messages lifted from my account. Though I didn’t break any rules, I ended up being collateral damage in a system that otherwise works well to block true offenders so I don’t object to this method. This demonstrates the subjectivity of certain kinds of content.
Perhaps accounts can earn a “reputation” over time and when a good reputation is earned the account is trusted and can be excluded from being automatically censored when a post is reported.