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Every year, thousands of people take their life because of online abuse. A life is worth so much more than a nasty comment. Following the death of Caroline Flack and so many others who have suffered at the hands of trolls online, I am inspired to encourage a real change so that this doesn’t have to happen anymore. So many people are growing up only knowing social media and being exposed to this kind of behaviour from such an early age can cause mental health problems, identity issues and low self esteem. We should all be able to express ourselves in a constructive manner without having to degrade somebody else in the process. Today I am asking social media companies to help me bring this change. First things first. We need to make it ILLEGAL to abuse people online. You wouldn’t be able to go up to someone on the street and abuse them without consequence so, why is it that social media and the wider internet has become a safe haven for this to happen. Second of all, we should make it a requirement that people signing up to create social media accounts online should have to provide ID to prove who they are and how old they are. This can help social media companies tailor the type of content people see in order to protect them and in addition, enable people to be held accountable for their illegal behaviour online. Finally, in order to keep our young people safe I am requesting that anybody who has committed sexual offences or has been forced to sign the sex offenders register should be forced to declare this when signing up to social media. My reason for this is that people are more accessible online than they may be in the real world therefore it makes them more vulnerable to being targeted. Implementing these measures will keep them safe. If you have any questions about this petition or want to discuss it with me, contact me on Instagram @nohun_ Until then, I hope you will join me in making social media a safer and more accepting place for all.
Stop Targeted Abuse and Harassment of Women on Social Media
"You R***i L*** Ch***le! You deserve to be R***d M******ed!" Welcome to our world of abusive online existence. Dear Policymakers, Digital Platforms, Bystanders and Harassers, The Internet is a public platform, viewed as an open, transparent, democratic and equal platform used by all sections of society. Social media forms a large part of our professional and personal lives but with it, comes digital harassment and targeted abuse. The same protection we employ to keep our surroundings safe and safeguard our civic society is also required for our digital neighbourhood. Today content creators, stand-up comedians, storytellers and actors, as well as, all women who voice their opinion strongly, are constantly targeted with vulgar memes, abusive sexual comments, bullying, name-calling and graphic images. Death and rape threats are the new normal for most women on social media. Silence and inaction towards curtailing these have only further fed into the rape culture where threats of abuse have become matters of everyday occurrences. Currently, our only options are to ignore or Report/Block and move on with our lives. But nothing substantial comes out of this and these perpetrators of abuse continue to thrive and spread hate. They even have thousands and millions of followers and fan pages, thus, systematically normalising an environment of misogyny, homophobia and abuse. These virtual public spaces are a reflection of the real public places, where women are made to feel unsafe. Women in India have been conditioned to silence their fears, anxieties, traumas and targeted abuse. This becomes our way of life, but not without impacting our sanity, mental health, self-worth and dignity. Let this be our wake-up call towards the unsafe online environment that women content creators - and all women - are living in today. We must put a hard stop at this. PRESS HERE! We must create an environment that shields us against abusive trolling, rape threats, and vulgar memes. We, on behalf of all women on social media, demand that the social media platforms create an environment where threatening and abusing women is not celebrated and championed by thousands of followers and a rape joke is deemed unacceptable and intolerable. We want the violators to pay a price commensurate to the havoc they create on women's lives. We need strong deterrents; we need an end to the impunity that exists against online violence and abuse against women. We, the concerned citizens, of all genders, demand a safe and equal space for women online. SIGN THE PETITION To All Harassers We Say, Enough Is Enough! Here’s What We Want: We demand a safe space for women in all public forums and social media like Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Facebook, etc. An environment where abusive trolling, rape threats, vulgar memes about us will not be tolerated. The existing provisions of the law that protect women against sexual harassment and abuse must be effectively deployed to fight online harassment and abuse. For that, we demand intermediary liability and redressal in the below-mentioned contexts : a) We ask all leading content platforms to be responsible for the hate, targeted abuse and harassment meted out through their platform and employ stringent measures to check and correct and be liable and accountable for any such activity on their platforms. We want robust fact-checking, language flags, account monitoring and a more efficient redressal system. b) The platforms cannot disclaim their responsibility for the content and must invest in employing enough resources to promptly deal with complaints and reports pertaining to the intimidation of women. c) Platforms must take steps to ensure that such a flagged person is not permitted to make new accounts or go private with their existing accounts that continue to violate any laws under the Indian Penal Code. We also need speedier responsiveness from cyber cells, meeting a requirement to respond within 24 hours to complaints regarding abusive and threatening content so that the said platform can disable them.We hereby encourage Freedom of Speech, Preventive culture and Bystander intervention so that we are no longer silent spectators of gender abuse and hate speech on the internet. This is our active citizenship right and women's safety is a social responsibility. The time is now to choose a side! We can choose the path of safety or be mere spectators to the abuse our women face online. ACT NOWLet’s come together and proudly stand for #IndiaAgainstAbuse. Petitioners:Breakthrough IndiaMaanvi GagrooNayana ChowdhuryNikhil TanejaPragya VatsSayani GuptaSave the ChildrenSohini BhattacharyaYuvaaWomen in Cinema Collective
Option to Report Pedophilia on Social Media to END the Sexual Exploitation of Children
Children are openly being sexually exploited on Social Media. For Example: Instagram has done nothing to remove reported profiles. My friends and I have come across hundreds upon hundreds of profiles created and operated by pedophiles. When we report the accounts, we are almost instantly notified the account was not being removed because it "didn't go against our community guidelines." How is that so? These accounts are FULL of sexually suggestive photos of young children with an insane amount of disgusting comments from adults. Some of which we've come to learn with doing some investigating, work along-side children! What is the point in having the report option if the accounts aren't being properly reviewed? Our Goal: With your help we need to reach 100,000 signatures to have the White House respond to this issue. Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Tik-Tok and Snapchat need to change the way they monitor reported accounts and there needs to be an option to report PEDOPHILIA, specifically. Once the account is deemed harmful to children, the IP addresses should be handed over to the FBI for further investigation. Adults who are seeking to exchange child pornography online are without a doubt physically abusing children around them. It's not enough to only report the accounts. There needs to be liability from the platform and from those who are involved in sexual exploitation. NO MORE SLAP ON THE WRISTS FOR THESE GUYS! Our children are in danger the moment they log on social media. We constantly read enough about Pedo's receiving light sentences from judges or not jail time at all to only walk free and repeat the abuse. The number one priority right now needs to be protecting the innocence of children who are naive and not aware they could be groomed from a fake account pretending to be a child themselves. It took my friends and I less than 10 minutes to find account after account of children being exploited. If we were able to find the names of some of the individuals operating these accounts and locate their employers, there's no excuse for billion dollar companies to NOT DO MORE TO PROTECT THE WELL BEING OF OUR CHILDREN. Join myself and my friends Sara Beverly, Lottie Adele, Sarah Moore, Dean Wato, Hayley and Jade in helping to police social media and hold the platforms accountable.
Stop Facebook and Youtube from keeping known animal abusers and their videos on platforms.
If you submit a video to Facebook or YouTube, explaining it's animal abuse in every form, neither platforms will do anything. Facebook, won't even let you explain anything in the report and YouTube, doesn't take the animal abusers channels down. Even telling them who they are and what they do to the monkeys in Cambodia. This has been an increasing problem with particular animal abusers in Cambodia and Vietnam. The Authorities won't take all their monkeys away and won't give them a fine. So they continue to abuse the monkeys. Reporting these abusers, do nothing on Facebook or You Tube. Goes on deaf ears. Facebook needs to let people free hand the problem with the abuse videos and both need to tell why it doesn't go against Community Standards. What is Community Standards to abuse? Facebook and You Tube need to quit playing games and stop monetizing these people with monkey abuse videos. Also, if they see a channel has been set up from Cambodia or Vietnam, where it's illegal to even own monkeys, they need to remove it indefinitely. Quit looking at the bottom line of making money. Save these poor monkeys from the ongoing abuse of these people! They have no voice, we are their voice.
Ban violence against animals!
We call on Facebook to change their Community Standards to stop the glorification and inciting of violence against animals. Only the inclusion of those terms will allow users to report specifically on certain Facebook pages. This way, violence against animals could be banned from Facebook. There are plenty of pages, groups and events where animals abusers post pictures of sadistic and cruel violence against animals. These pictures show animals being trampled alive, stuffed into jars, burned alive or being sexually abused. No matter how often you report these pages, groups, events and images, you always get the same answer: "Thank you for taking the time to report something that you feel may violate our Community Standards. We reviewed the comment you reported for containing credible threat of violence and found it doesn't violate our Community Standards." (source: Facebook) Obviously Facebook think, that violence can only be executed against humans and not against animals. But violence against animals is also unacceptable and morally wrong. This doesn’t seem to be the case for Facebook and some of their users. We call on Facebook to change this and consider animal welfare. Facebook should not encourage potential imitators by allowing sadistic content online. By changing their Community Standards they can show, that society doesn’t tolerate such behaviour.
Instagram: Remove Accounts Posting Child Pornography and Report Them to Police
Stop Instagram From Disabling Feed Post Sharing to Stories
Instagram is disabling the ability to share posts from your feed to stories as part of a test. Instagram, via a notification banner: “We hear from our community that they want to see fewer posts in Stories ... During this test, you won’t be able to add a feed post to your Story.” Disabling this feature is extremely harmful to 1) small creators, businesses, artists, organizations, and mutual aid funds & 2) the spread of vital information & resources 1) Small businesses, artists, organizations, and mutual aid funds will be greatly affected by this change. While large corporations can afford to pay for advertising through influencers or social platforms themselves, small organizations can’t afford to do this. With the implementation of the feed to story change, small businesses, artists & creators have been able to grow. One small business, @goldenhippieco said “I’m a small business owner and repost are like digital word of mouths! I need this feature to stay @goldenhippieco” on another similar petition. For artists especially, this has been a main way that they’ve received more clients and increased their audiences. Taking this feature away would only serve to benefit large corporations, while robbing smaller creators of the opportunity to succeed independently. 2) Instagram has recently seen an influx of information and resources spreading on its platform, primarily through the function of feed to story resharing. Social-change focused Instagram platforms like ours at @Impact have only been able reach millions of more people through this function. One of our posts, “Ban Anti-Homeless Architecture” received hundreds of thousands of shares and resulted in an increase of approximately 500,000 content views. Without the story sharing function, we wouldn’t be able to spread information as effectively and widely. There are hundreds of accounts like ours who all depend on this function to both grow their platforms and reach more minds. Taking this function away will destroy this ecosystem of learning, growth, and impact. Some accounts of these information-sharing accounts include: @150.reasons, @activismandstuff, @everydayracism_, @intersectionalenvironmentalist, @kimsaira, @mattxiv, @nastyfeminism, @itspaulwarren, @seedingsovereignty, @shityoushouldcareabout, @soyouwanttotalkabout, @theslowfactory, @theunplugcollective, @vibesofablackgirl, @wereleavingearly, @femalecollective, @nowsimplified, @thedailyaus, & @therecount. All of these platforms utilize this feature to spread information and enact social change. Taking this feature away would diminish the value and impact of our collective efforts. Please join us in and sign this petition to reverse Instagram’s potentially destructive update.
Que se cierre la página de yo también odio a los perros.
Es extremadamente peligroso e incita a la violencia hacia los animales.por lo que pido que está página se elimine.
QUITAR DE PLATAFORMAS CONTENIDO DE JOHNNY ESCUTIA POR FOMENTAR LA VIOLENCIA DE GÉNERO
EL CONTENIDO QUE DESCRIBEN LAS CANCIONES DEL AUTOR JOHNNY ESCUTIA FOMENTAN LA VIOLENCIA DE GÉNERO HACÍA LA MUJER. DONDE DESCRIBE ACTOS QUE VULNERAN LA DIGNIDAD DE LA MISMA, ASÍ COMO MANERAS DE AGREDIRLA DE MANERA SEXUAL, FÍSICA Y PSICOEMOCIONAL. POR LO QUE SOLICITAMOS QUE EL CONTENIDO QUE SE COMPARTE Y SUBE DE ESTE AUTOR SEA ELIMINADO DE TODAS LAS PLATAFORMAS DEBIDO A SU ALTO CONTENIDO VIOLENTO E INCITACIÓN AL ODIO.
Chiusura del profilo Instagram e rimozione del video di "Angela da Mondello "
Alla luce dei 40mila nuovi casi giornalieri di Covid-19, "Angela da Mondello", come è stata ribattezzata la casalinga siciliana che aveva lanciato involontariamente il tormentone alle telecamere di “Non è la d’Urso”, non arretra di un centimetro. Dopo essere diventata un’influencer con più di 170mila followers e aver sponsorizzato dei beveroni dimagranti come le vere “imprenditrici digitali”, ora Angela si lancia nel mercato discografico. Un vero insulto per tutti coloro che ogni giorno studiano con devozione, investono soldi per realizzare il proprio traguardo e avere la giusta considerazione nel mondo artistico o il proprio spazio nel mercato musicale. In un periodo storico dove il nostro settore ( come tanti altri ) , è stato fortemente colpito, lasciando a casa migliaia di lavoratori del settore dello spettacolo e ARTISTI. Vedere tutto questo è un grande insulto e offesa ai tantissimi emergenti, studenti e professionisti. Nel video, Angela Chianello indossa un abito di pailettes dorate, balla sulla spiaggia e canta "Non ce n'è, non ce n'è, non c'è niente". E ancora "buongiorno da Mondello". Ad accompagnarla un gruppo di giovani, tutti vicini e senza mascherina. Con questo si chiede la chiusura immediata del suo account Instagram , Facebook ( @angelachianello_real ) , la rimozione o il blocco su qualsiasi piattaforma digitale del videoclip così impedendo una possibile entrata economica in base alle visualizzazioni sul canale YouTube di Vucciria Music Records in un periodo storico dove migliaia di famiglie non hanno nemmeno i soldi per campare o un posto di lavoro . È inconcepibile che la signora in questione abbia trovato l'America grazie a una frase totalmente sgrammaticata, offensiva, e negazionista e possa firmare contratti con agenzie, ulteriori ospitate televisive e nuovi progetti futuri. Si ringrazia l'Artista e immenso cantautore Ermal Meta per aver speso delle parole sincere e dirette : “Povera musica, che finisce in bocca a chi diventa appena famoso per ragioni che con la musica non c’entrano niente” Ci rivolgiamo a tutte le trasmissioni, polizia postale, YouTube Italia di bloccare lo streaming, blog o testate giornalistiche di non dare ulteriore visibilità alla signora in questione nel rispetto di tutte le vittime di COVID-19 e la situazione attuale che tutto il mondo sta vivendo. Direttore Artistico, Alessandro Andolfato #stopmakingstupidpeoplefamous