On this Saturday, Or the Argentine Lionel Messi Posted on her social networks, her support for the movement in England against abuse began on social networks. In the post, the star tapped the 200 million followers mark to underscore the movement against online discrimination and called for urgent measures to change that scenario.
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We must strongly condemn these hostile attitudes and demand that companies interested in social networks take urgent measures against these behaviors. And he wrote, I’d like you, 200 million people to accompany me, to become 200 million reasons to make social networks a safer and more respectful place.
Finally, in his revolution, Lionel Messi also congratulated the English championship, along with UEFA, in creating a “blackout” on social networks themselves. The movement opposes recent instances of hate and racism on social media against players in competition. The outbreak of the campaign was a racist attack on West Bromwich Albion athlete Romaine Sawers.
– A big hug to everyone and I congratulate everyone from UK football for the idea of weaponizing the campaign against abuse and discrimination on social networks – Messi concluded.
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