Social media boycott: Football joined by sporting bodies in four-day boycott

“Some people don’t get out of the slump they’re in after being abused on social media, and that can lead to people harming themselves. “The government haven’t done that when it comes to discrimination on social media platforms, the energy isn’t the same and that is one of the reasons why the social media companies aren’t really taking heed of what is being said by the footballing bodies.”. The UK government has previously threatened social media companies with “large fines”, which could amount to “billions of pounds” if they fail to tackle abuse on their platforms. Facebook, which owns Instagram, has said it is committed to tackling abuse on its platforms.

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