Twitter to update Premier League, FA and EFL on racist abuse measures

Twitter will update the UK football authorities this week to online racist abuse targeted toward footballers due to its own answers.
Twitter will sponsor agents in the Premier League, FA and EFL as stress mounts on networking firms to resist the proliferation of articles.
Sky Sports News knows football authorities held a meeting with Facebook time – while Twitter agents spoke at last week’s assembly of EFL clubs in the John Smith’s Stadium of Huddersfield Town.
West Ham midfielder Declan Rice also received threats within his switch in the Republic of Ireland into England, and was highly critical of the absence of action.
A group of MPs backed the call for societal media firms of Harry Maguire to confirm accounts with customers’ passports to allow companies to block those responsible for abuse and for police to track them more effectively.
Maguire’s telephone – to make users prove their identity as betting apps do – came afterwards Paul Pogba and Marcus Rashfordendured a torrent of abuse.
Twitter reported it had taken action against 700 documented cases of hateful or misuse behaviour.

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