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English Football Announces Social Media Boycott


Bristol Rovers Community Trust fully support the social media boycott in response to the ongoing and sustained discriminatory abuse received online by players and many others connected to football. The FA, Premier League, EFL, FA Women’s Super League, FA Women’s Championship, PFA, LMA, PGMOL, Kick It Out and the FSA will unite for a social media boycott from 15.00 on Friday 30 April to 23.59 on Monday 3 May.


We recognise that players across the game and many others connected to it from all backgrounds continue to receive sexist, racist and other forms of discriminatory abuse. We believe that football needs to unite to highlight the need for social media platforms to do more.


Boycott action from football in isolation will, of course, not eradicate the scourge of online discriminatory abuse, but it will demonstrate that the game is willing to take voluntary and proactive steps in this continued fight.


Finally, while football takes a stand, we urge the UK Government to ensure its Online Safety Bill will bring in strong legislation to make social media companies more accountable for what happens on their platforms, as discussed at the DCMS Online Abuse roundtable earlier this week.

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goblenn
05 de set. de 2022

Really? And in our town we have computer lessons as well. Even though younger people know computer much better, we often give them https://setapp.com/how-to/gmail-dark-mode to read about Gmail interface manipulation in accordance to their liking. That helps them keep higher motivation and study better.

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Quintus Francis Cerimon Fitzwalter
Quintus Francis Cerimon Fitzwalter
05 de set. de 2022

That is a right decision! In our community we did exactly the same. And we communicate via Gmail now. We consider that social media is the source of intolerance and false illusions. The only problem is that not all kids know how to manipulate Gmail well.

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