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Glitch 22h
A troll who sent MPs death threats and racist messages has been sentenced to nearly 10 months in jail.
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Seyi Akiwowo 21h
Racism should have no place in football or anywhere else. Social media are failing to take action. These multibillion £€$ companies should remove all users who use our platforms to send racist abuse.
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Rachel Mumba Apr 9
I am excited to join the Board of Glitch is on a mission to end online abuse and promote digital citizenship. Starting the day the Government issued its White Paper told me we have mountains to climb. Best get the boots on!
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Seyi Akiwowo Apr 8
I'm so nervous (and gassed). I'll be talking about a topic very important to me, how we can all help end online abuse
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Glitch Apr 18
We told you. For years many other organisations like told you. Over 10,000 people wrote letters to you in response to 's experience but you refused to listen. No more words. We need action to
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Glitch 21h
Have a happy and safe Easter weekend everyone! We'll be taking some time off to reflect and recharge. If you need any help while we're on a break our website has some great resources
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Seyi Akiwowo Apr 10
Invited to present at a United Nations Committee reviewing the International Convention on Racial Discrimination to include online racism and multiple forms of discrimination
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Laura Bliss Feb 22
Delighted that my latest article has just been published online: ‘The Protection from Harassment Act 1997: Failures by the Criminal Justice System in a Social Media Age.’
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Alexia Pepper de Caires Apr 2
Highly concerned by the number of women of colour and trans women who are having to operate on Twitter in total lockdown. This is violence against women v2019
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KatherineNightingale Feb 13
A key concern I have is that creates self-censorship from an early age that will affect the way political views & opinions are formed & shared. Q- Do people have thoughts on what this will mean to future politics?
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EverydaySexism Feb 13
Q1: Online tactics often mirror offline abuse eg. attempts to shout women into silence, make them fear for their safety, combining racist/homophobic/sexist and other forms of abuse. Ppl think of 'online abuse' as separate but it links closely to offline violence
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Catherine Anderson Apr 7
Today on is published. Very much welcome: Call for a tech focused regulator. New duty of care code. Penalties if social media cos fail to protect users from harmful content. Now to implement proposals...
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Glitch Apr 9
Can you donate £2 to help us end online abuse?
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Tabitha Morton 🔻 Mar 26
Got to listen to the brilliant talking about the violence all women in politics face online. The layers of structural inequality result in BAME and LGBT+ candidates/MPs receiving 4/5 times the amount of abuse
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Sandra Pepera Feb 13
Q2: OGBV represents a direct barrier to WOMEN’S free speech. Impunity with which this happens contributes to undermining democracy in all its key elements incl decreased participation, ltd representation, & accountability denied
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Dr Charlotte Webb Mar 9
49 SOLD! Wanna be the 50th person to buy this HOT tee, which as u can see, looks good on everyone 💜👀 20% of profits go towards 's work to end online abuse 😎 #IWD2019#balanceforbetter
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Glitch Apr 9
By helping to achieve our fundraising target, your donation will help us develop and distribute more toolkits and resources. Our successful Toolkit has made waves in Myanmar, Australia, Canada and the UK
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EverydaySexism Feb 12
Join us TOMORROW at 12.30 GMT for a tweet chat with the brilliant on how we can tackle & end online abuse
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SoonerToldYaSower Feb 15
Replying to @JoyceWhiteVance
Whitaker is the DOJ's Milton.
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