NEW CAMPAIGN: Include women and girls in online safety law

NEW CAMPAIGN: Include women and girls in online safety law  

From EVAW: 'Today we've launched a new campaign with Glitch, urging the government to include women and girls in new online safety law.

The government’s “world-leading” Online Safety Bill will give social media companies and tech platforms a duty of care to their users.

But in its current format, the Bill fails to protect women and girls, who are disproportionately affected by online abuse:

  • Women are 27 times more likely than men to be harassed online
  • Black women are 84% more likely to receive abusive or problematic tweets than white women
  • 1 in 5 women have experienced online harassment or abuse

Please show your support by signing the petition and sharing it with your networks.

You can find sample social media text, the campaign hashtag, petition link and links to our social media posts to share
 here.

Read more about the campaign here.'

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