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Priya Ramani Nov 15
Both BBC and IndiaSpend are under organised troll attack, led by the usual suspects, for shining the spotlight on hate crimes in India. Attacks on the media are going to get worse in the run up to #2019
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ام هریره‌‌‌. Dec 12
Imagine if you could ‘’ voice tweet ‘’
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Victor Ellis 4h
This is just silly. Has anyone called the men who stormed Normandy “toxic men”? And how would you know if they were? Have you met anyone who stormed those beaches? If so are you sure they’re the same now as they were in 1944?
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Kharunya Paramaguru Dec 18
Favorite headline from today's wall-to-wall coverage of 's study goes to !
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DW News 13h
Hate speech, abuse, belittlement: How is shifting our culture of debate?
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SpicyFiles Apr 18
Dear Twitter, Just pointing out that your own transparency reports re Russia Govt request seem to contradict your written Jan 2108 Testimony. Also you’re still as March 2018 Report Indicated. XOXO Spicy cc
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Emma Jones 8h
Replying to @amnesty @jack
Sharing another damning indictment of in the thread below. Just awful. Where is ?
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ThabaniMnyamaJr👨🏾‍⚖️ Sep 21
Most of these so called Twelebs are actually pretty toxic and cyber-bullies, what’s worse is that the followers will always laugh & support everything they tweet & be cheerleaders to this behavior. Quite sad really.
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Caroline Grondahl Dec 18
Twitter is not a safe space away from misogyny and racism — this report proves that the dangers women face in the real world exist on this app too. Take action with .
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Amnesty International Aug 13
Hey , we're fans of the UDHR too 😉 How about Twitter develops a publicly available human rights policy that states its commitment to respect human rights in all its operations? Would be a good first step? For more check out report:
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Clíona McCarney Apr 16
Fair play to Carla Lockhart speaking out on about unacceptable levels of personal abuse she has received on social media. It is relentless and disproportionately affects women. Time to put a stop to
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Women's Aid Apr 11
Women are being silenced and driven off Twitter by online abuse on the platform - are looking for digital volunteers to join their Troll Patrol and expose the harassment. Sign up here:
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Amnesty UK Nov 20
On our thoughts are with those who have been lost to transphobia, hate & intolerance. Transphobia is rife online - we believe that must do more to stamp out hateful content on its platform & support users.
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Azmina Nov 25
Really pleased to see this update to Twitter’s TOS about the intersectional nature of abuse on the platform & recognizing content that reinforces negative or harmful stereotypes about a protected category. But won’t mean much if not enforced!
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Dona Коsturanova 8h
A handbook from the IAWRT reported that women received three times as much abuse on Twitter as their male counterparts.  | : Do we need a new culture of debate? via
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Shiromi Dec 18
So our suspicions are confirmed. According to Amnesty and 's crowdsourced data out today, women of colour are 34% more likely than white women to be abused on .
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DCCF 24h
My time off twitter has been surprisingly refreshing. I just happen to check it today..and I'm reminded why I left Deuces y'all
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Just the FACTS 13h
: Do we need a new culture of debate?: Hate speech, abuse, belittlement: DW contributor Courtney Tenz looks at how is shifting our culture of debate — and wonders why, if we can't say somet.. via
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Amnesty UK Nov 26
Twitter has banned transphobia. This is good news, but questions still remain. How will the ban be enforced? How are moderators trained? How can we hold accountable without transparency? Read more: via
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Dionne JacksonMiller Jul 1
Wow. Crazy to me some people see you talking about disrespect, offensiveness, rudeness, venom & read "you're afraid of criticism." That tells me you are part of the problem, you have no discernment, and maybe, sadly, you actually don't know the difference.
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