Racist Abuse of England Players Sparks Debate On Consequences Of Anonymous Social Media Abuse | GMB

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Susanna suggests some ways in which social media companies can tackle racist abuse online.

Dr Hilary highlights the impact online abuse has on people’s mental health the need for something to be done.

Broadcast on 12/07/21

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