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Rob Mcadam Apr 16
Ive used this platform over the years to engage with people , champion the issue of addiction & mental health & break down barriers facilitating conversations outside the platform - made many great friends - but the toxicity has led me to take the decision to leave
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Audrey Truschke Jul 27
This was in response to me explaining why I study Aurangzeb. There is anti-Semitism, twice, and misogyny. For those who say I should report these folks - I did. Twitter found "no violation."
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AmnestyInternational 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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AmnestyInternational Apr 8
First they took on . Now they’re taking on . Join our army of digital detectives and help uncover what some corporations would prefer to keep hidden →
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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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AmnestyInternational Apr 13
Replying to @jack
And in case you missed it, we’ve got these straightforward solutions, based on rigorous research, to help you sort out . It’s totally win-win, . 😀 😀 😀
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Renee Bracey Sherman Aug 7
I mean, what exactly are the standards you’re holding users to, ? Because I’ve had a ton of threats tweeted at me often that also apparently don’t violate the rules. 🤷🏽‍♀️ wrote a whole report on it:
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Audrey Truschke Sep 19
Pointing out misogynistic and sexist attacks prompts more of the same. This is not just a right-wing problem. It is our problem. We - as a society - allow and permit this. And it is getting worse. It's time to face our demons.
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MWNUK Jul 2
Fed up of online abuse towards women? So are we and so is .. Help expose and become a Troll Patrol →
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News From Amnesty Jul 20
More than 1 in 5 women in the UK have experienced online abuse, says Read 's interview with about the fight for a feminist internet ->
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AmnestyInternational Apr 13
Hey , it’s but today’s your lucky day! We know it’s your deadline for proposals to improve the health of conversations on . We already have the solutions you need to tackle abuse silencing women on . Here:
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Amnesty UK Sep 17
'I’ve very thick skin, I have to. But Twitter if this bile doesn’t violate your rules against abusive behaviour, then your rules are seriously flawed'. Says in response to online abuse from on .
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Audrey Truschke Aug 13
I’m thrilled to be part of ’s campaign to document and combat online violence against women. This is an important project and, hopefully, just the beginning.
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Amnesty International Sep 5
Replying to @jack @Twitter
We compiled a list of solutions for & to combat their problem. Here’s our full list of recommendations:
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Cardiff Politics Society 13h
Hope everyone is enjoying this glorious Saturday afternoon in Cardiff. Our friends over at are campaigning to get trending all day tomorrow! To join the campaign against online bullying and hate crimes see their thread ☀️🌞💻
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Amnesty India May 10
Thousands of digital activists are helping us build an algorithm that can detect online abuse automatically. Read on to find out how how you can join the online movement that's taking on the trolls.
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AmnestyInternational Sep 5
US Congress wants "transparency & accountability" from . We want that too! We launched our campaign 6 months ago but still waiting for Dorsey to start consistently enforcing Twitter’s own rules on abuse against women & tell us how they are doing it.
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AmnestyInternational Apr 13
Replying to @amnesty
After all, we’ve set up a volunteer Troll Patrol to help track abuse on . You can still join.
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Amnesty International Sep 5
Replying to @amnestyusa
4.) Twitter should undertake far more proactive measures in educating users and raising awareness about security and privacy features on the platform that will help women create a safer, and less toxic Twitter experience.
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AmnestyInternational Sep 19
a place where women can express themselves freely, equally and without fear. How about no more ?
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