“Hate is not banter!” Glitch founder Seyi Akiwowo on the effects of online abuse | Draw The Line

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  • BT Sport published this video item, entitled ““Hate is not banter!” Glitch founder Seyi Akiwowo on the effects of online abuse | Draw The Line” – below is their description.

    Fix The Glitch founder Seyi Akiwowo joins Jake Humphrey, Joleon Lescott and Jermaine Jenas to discuss the devastating effects of online hate and the changes we all need to see happen on social media platforms.

    Everyone at BT Sport stands together united against the rise of online hate and abuse across social media platforms.

    #DrawTheLine

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