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Keith Klay Roop Jun 14
hey Yahooo fix that glitch from the suspended cardinals game that finished today. And give me my save. Or else I’m switching to next year. I want my save bruu.
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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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Zainab Feb 13
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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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Ashell Forde Feb 13
Q5: Something harder to do: Have the difficult conversations with the men we love. We have to tell them how harmful their behavior is TO US. We have to make them understand why simply not engaging in bad behavior is not enough. They also have to speak up
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Amnesty UK Rainbow Network Dec 16
These 3 things MUST be done to make the web a safer space for us all. See how you can help
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amanda ptolomey Feb 7
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Rabia Mehmood - رابعہ Feb 13
In OGBV is used to attack women who are also political dissidents. Eg WHRDs actively criticizing policies of military establishment, speaking up against & extrajudicial executions are targeted viciously online.
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Brian Cole Jun 11
Replying to @cspan @KellyO and 2 others
Using the data referenced, Kentucky benefited from 3% of the projects; however, KY is home to only 1.35% of Americans & contributes only 1% to the GDP. Better context would be knowing the $$ for these 5 and all 169 projects.
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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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Claudia Craig Dec 3
"We need to talk about as much as we talk about " - the wonderful speaking at reception
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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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Dr Lisa Sugiura Feb 13
Loving the camaraderie calling out online gender abuses especially since it is Galentines Day
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Ella the Engineer Jun 13
My friends at had a great event at to support the next generation of tech leaders! The good news is that Glitch saw all these awesome techies and stayed away!
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Victoria Murray Dec 15
A small amount of £ but it will have a big impact. Please consider donating to help end online abuse
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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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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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dr julie freeman Mar 20
Fix The Glitch Toolkit is designed to support individuals who want to help end online gender(and other)-based abuse but might not know where to begin.
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Sandra Pepera Feb 13
Our project on chilling impact of online abuse on on young women's political activism saw use of sign-languaged GIFs to harass and insult the deaf community in . Seriously.
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Glitch Jun 12
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