A new report by the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) reveals how people are being harassed online by people using the hashtag “lebron James”.
The report has found that the use of the hashtag is being used by many more people than previously thought, and that abuse is often being directed at those who are not famous.
Twitter’s new policy on harassment and abuse is being reviewed by the IWF, which is also the organisation that investigated the infamous #MeToo campaign in the US.
The report found that on average, there were over one million incidents of harassment per day across the social media platform, with one in three incidents of sexual harassment.
Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat are the most common platforms that people report being harassed.
Twitter’s policy, which was recently reviewed, includes a warning that “abuse, harassment and stalking on Twitter may violate our Terms of Service”.
The guidelines say that a Twitter user’s “intent to engage in harassment” should not be taken to mean that the person is a “real person”, but they are more focused on “the person’s intended behavior”.
The policy also suggests that a user’s profile picture is not sufficient evidence of the person’s intent to engage.
The new policy is not yet in place for all platforms, but is due to come into effect on the 26th of March.
The IWF report was released to coincide with the Twitter’s annual “Twitter for Good” campaign.
The campaign aims to raise awareness about bullying, harassment, abuse and other issues, and aims to create a better platform for those who use it.
As part of its campaign, the IBF also asked Twitter to include an anti-harassment policy in its policy.
Twitter says that it will be updating the guidelines to reflect this.
Twitter has also begun a review of its policies to ensure that abuse and harassment are addressed more quickly.
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