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#SaferSocialMedia (Allison Diamond) Jul 18
Thank you for the likes, !
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#SaferSocialMedia (Allison Diamond) Jul 18
We're talking about countering hate speech on social media- this includes the comment sections of newspapers, a popular target for hateful expressions of intolerance.
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#SaferSocialMedia (Allison Diamond) Jul 18
We're a bit delayed- our producer is having some technical issues 9,832 miles away from me in Las Vegas!
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#SaferSocialMedia (Allison Diamond) Jul 18
I have joined . It is truly a fulfilling experience to counter hatred with information, and role-modeling tolerance of differences.
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#SaferSocialMedia (Allison Diamond) Jul 12
The number of government requests for T-Mobile’s historical call detail records and cell site information, which can be used to infer a subscriber’s location, has risen significantly.
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#SaferSocialMedia (Allison Diamond) Jul 12
Q7 Under what circumstances is it fair to shame an adult for hate speech they posted during their teen years?
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#SaferSocialMedia (Allison Diamond) Jul 15
Tip of the Week: Google yourself at least annually to see which sites are publishing your personal data. Contact each site for instructions on opting out. Here are instructions for requesting removal from MyLife:
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#SaferSocialMedia (Allison Diamond) Jul 18
Hey everyone- get ready for our interview with Karin Kay! You may just be inspired to join !
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#SaferSocialMedia (Allison Diamond) Jul 18
The video is up and running, and we are here for any comments or questions during the video!
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#SaferSocialMedia (Allison Diamond) Jul 17
Tomorrow’s Twitter features our interview with Karin Kay of the anti-hate group . Learn about this group and how they counter hate on Facebook- then join us for the chat! Twitter Chat, Thursdays 12:30p PT • 3:30p ET • 7:30p UTC
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#SaferSocialMedia (Allison Diamond) Jul 18
has an "irrevocable, nonexclusive, royalty-free, worldwide, fully-paid, transferrable sub-licensable license" to do what it wants with your face.
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The Conversation|WaterForumSA|Writers Corner Live Jul 18
Join Safer Social Media In pledging to peacefully counter online hate speech and bullying when you see it! What peaceful action will you take?
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Allison Jul 18
The interview with Karen Kay of has been posted to the Safer Social Media Facebook page. Come watch an inspiring example of grassroots activism against online hate speech!
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#SaferSocialMedia (Allison Diamond) Jul 14
on 18 July our Twitter video chat features an interview with Karin, the UK chapter leader of , a group countering on Facebook. I invite you & your followers to watch and join the chat.
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#SaferSocialMedia (Allison Diamond) Jul 15
Join our video chat on 18 July and meet Karin Kay of , a global, grassroots anti-hate group countering hate speech on Facebook. We'll be posting six discussion questions along with the video. Pls retweet!
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#SaferSocialMedia (Allison Diamond) Jul 12
Just saw another group starting their own video/twitter chat- we ❤️ seeing others embracing the idea! By the way, I’m next week’s video chat we talk w/the head of ’s in UK chapter. This global, grassroots effort counters on . 💪🏼
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#SaferSocialMedia (Allison Diamond) Jul 12
Q5 Does publicly shaming people for racially intolerant acts by applying nicknames like "BBQ Becky"and "Permit Patty" help in the fight against intolerance?
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#SaferSocialMedia (Allison Diamond) Jul 12
Q3 If you learned who was behind the account of a disruptive and hateful troll, what would you do with that info, and why?
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#SaferSocialMedia (Allison Diamond) Jul 12
Q4 Could using public shaming as a form of vigilante justice actually make the problem of trolling worse?
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#SaferSocialMedia (Allison Diamond) Jul 18
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