BREAKING: Meta Allows Donald Trump to Return to Facebook After Two Year Suspension for Inciting Jan 6th Attack on Capitol

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Wednesday, January 25, 2023
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BREAKING: Meta Allows Donald Trump to Return to Facebook After Two Year Suspension for Inciting Jan 6th Attack on Capitol

UltraViolet Says Decision Will Turn Facebook Into Vehicle for Hate and Misogyny, Demands Meta must close VIP loophole and prevent bad actors from spreading hate, violence, and misogyny online

WASHINGTON, DC — Moments ago, Meta announced that the platform will allow Donald Trump to return to Facebook after suspending Trump for inciting an insurrection to overturn results of the presidential election on January 6, 2021.

In reaction to Meta extending Trump’s suspension, Bridget Todd, director of communications at UltraViolet, a leading national gender justice organization and member of the #KeepTrumpOffFacebook campaign, issued the following statement:

“By allowing Trump back onto Meta platforms, Facebook and Instagram, Meta has given the former President a renewed platform to radicalize his followers and spread gendered and racialized disinformation encouraging violence. Facebook has chosen Donald Trump and the traffic he brings to the platform over the lives and wellbeing of its users and the American people. Shame on them.

“It is deeply disappointing that Meta chose to ignore Trump near daily TruthSocial posts confirming the ongoing dangers he poses to our country. It is especially disturbing that Meta ignored Trump’s recent harassment and campaign of lies against former Georgia election worker Ruby Freeman – attacks that have encouraged real world violence and harassment towards Freeman and her family.

“If Meta is unwilling to keep Trump off its platforms, then it must close the celebrity loophole that allows dangerous bad actors, like Trump, to spread violent rhetoric, hate, racism, and misogyny online without consequence. By enabling Trump, as well as the other 5.8 million VIP users, to stay on the platform and not have to follow the enforcement rules and guidelines for use, Meta is creating a privileged class of users that are exempt from the rules.

“While Meta has claimed that additional guardrails will be implemented around Trump’s return to Facebook and Instagram, we know that Meta cares more about its profits than a celebrity that boosts engagement, like Trump, following the rules.

“At the end of the day, it’s just plain dangerous. How can users trust Meta to create a safe environment when one of the top spreaders of disinformation won’t be held accountable?”

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UltraViolet on the Sexual Abuse Allegations Against American Conservative Union Chairman Matt Schlapp

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Friday, January 6, 2023
CONTACT: Anna Zuccaro | anna@unbendablemedia.com

UltraViolet on the Sexual Abuse Allegations Against American Conservative Union Chairman Matt Schlapp

Statement from Shaunna Thomas, co-founder and executive director of UltraViolet, a leading national gender justice organization, on the sexual abuse allegations against American Conservative Union Chairman Matt Schlapp:

“All people – no matter their politics and personal beliefs – deserve to work in an environment safe from sexual harassment and abuse. The allegations against Matt Schlapp, which appear to be supported with video evidence and to have been documented by the Herschel Walker senatorial campaign, are deeply disturbing and warrant a full and thorough investigation immediately by all proper authorities.”

UltraViolet’s Fair Process for Political Workplaces and Spaces outlines clear recommendations for how allegations of sexual abuse should be handled.

READ THE FAIR PROCESS HERE: https://survivorsagenda.org/fair-principles-for-equitable-political-workplaces-and-spaces/#

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Survivor-Centered Gender Justice Groups Announce The Fair Process Principles for Equitable Political Workspaces

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Thursday, December 8, 2022
CONTACT: Anna Zuccaro | anna@unbendablemedia.com

Survivor-Centered Gender Justice Groups Announce The Fair Process Principles for Equitable Political Workspaces

Guide Focuses on How Political Candidates Should Address Sexual Abuse Allegations in Informal Work Environments

Says Focus on Third-Party Investigations Will Help Stop Allegations from Being Politicized or Weaponized

WASHINGTON, DC — Citing learned experiences from the last election, and in preparation for the 2024 general election, the Survivors’ Agenda, a coalition of gender justice organizations and civil rights groups, has announced a new guide – The Fair Process Principles – on how political campaigns should handle allegations of sexual harassment and assault in political workplace.

Political work environments are often distinct from other work settings in a number of ways, including both being informal settings with no human resources departments and where abuse often takes place with no witnesses present at the time of reported incidents. The Fair Process Principles aim to help campaigns address sexual harassment and assault allegations in a way that does not politicize or weaponize the claims.

The Fair Process Principles for Equitable Political Work Spaces outlines that political campaigns must have clear policies that apply to everyone associated with the campaign equally, and have clear reporting mechanisms for any other affiliated with the campaign to report harassment, assault, or harm without fear or retaliation. Allegations should be invested by a third party, and follow seven core tenets, including:

The process should be “trauma-informed” in that it is conducted with care for the needs of any individual(s) who have experienced harm;
The process should be conducted by an independent, unbiased, trained investigator or entity;
The process must assess credibility by using the “preponderance of evidence” standard used in civil cases;
The process must recognize only relevant denials and defenses in pursuit of the truth;
The process must not cause further harm to survivors, including retaliatory behaviors by accused parties themselves or through proxies;
The process requires accountability and consequences when harm is found.

READ MORE ABOUT THE FAIR PROCESS PRINCIPLES HERE: https://survivorsagenda.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/UV-SurvivorsAgenda-FairPrinciples-V4-082522.pdf

“Every campaign season, survivors of sexual abuse are trotted out and weaponized, or their stories completely disregarded by politicians, candidates, or their surrogates. We can, and must do better,” said Elisa Batista, director at UltraViolet, a leading national gender justice organization. “The Fair Process Principles help us move in that direction – getting away from a criminal framework of “innocent” and “guilty,” to recognizing that sexual abuse is common in settings with unequal power dynamics, and approaching allegations from the perspective of listening to what a survivor says and needs to heal. And we know this works.”

“The Fair Process Principles is a culmination of years-long organizing and planning by multiracial, multiethnic, and multidisciplinary employment attorneys, direct service providers, survivor advocates, policy experts, political candidate organizations, and socially-minded investors, who want to help root out sexual violence in our politics,” explained Rachel O’Leary Carmona, Executive Director at Women’s March. “Most importantly, we at the Survivors’ Agenda coalition are survivors who know what we need from a process of accountability.”

“Survivor autonomy is vital in every facet of political accountability, as is safety and access to trauma-informed care. Whether we show up as a constituency, or come forward as a result of experiencing harm in political spaces, survivors deserve a process that is responsive to their needs, and protects them from shame, scrutiny and backlash,” added Dani Ayers, CEO of me too. International. “The Fair Principles for Equitable Political Workspaces and Places is a critical step in achieving this. Creating a transparent process for accountability that puts the survivor first, their care first, and maintains their autonomy, reminds them that there is a path towards healing and justice after trauma.”

“The National Alliance to End Sexual Violence is proud to be a part of the Survivors’ Agenda and this work to develop fair process principles for campaigns,” explained Terri Poore, Policy Director for the National Alliance to End Sexual Violence. “Everyone has a role to play in addressing and ending sexual violence. Survivors deserve better, and we all have the power to improve responses to survivors. The fair process principles provide a blueprint for campaigns to take action, and we hope all parties will adopt them.”

“These principles recognize the importance of building a fair process before a crisis hits; commitments to fair and transparent investigations that reject victim-blaming and rape myths will help ensure accountability and survivor justice,” added Emily Martin, Vice President for Education and Workplace Justice at National Women’s Law Center. “We should expect nothing less from our leaders and those who seek to lead.”

“Survivors and victims of sexual violence experience more threats to physical and social integrity than others. In the restaurant industry, where sexual harassment is prevalent, stigma runs high and their stories are easily disregarded. This is why it is so important that Fair Process Principles, along with the Restaurant Workers Bill of Rights that demands justice, dignity and equity in the workplace, are in place to handle these heartbreaking situations in a trauma-informed, race-sensitive and survivor-informed way,” said Alicia Renee Farris, Chief Operating Officer at the Restaurant Opportunities Centers (ROC) United. “These Principles will certainly encourage more survivors to speak out, provide them support structures, diminish stigmatization and social exclusion, and improve their mental and physical health.”

Parts of the Fair Process Principles were published in The Washington Post on March 5, 2021, on the eve of an investigatory process launched by New York Attorney General Letitia James into allegations of sexual harassment against then-New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. The Survivor’s Agenda worked with Attorney General James’ office to refine the processes following her offices’ investigation of Cuomo.

The Fair Process Principles for Equitable Political Work Spaces was created by the Survivors’ Agenda – a coalition of gender justice and survivor-focused advocates, experts, and organizations. Members include: UltraViolet, Women’s March, me too. International, the National Women’s Law Center, Justice for Migrant Workers, National Domestic Workers Alliance, Consent Awareness Network, Equality labs, Equal Rights Advocates, Girls for Gender Equity, End Sexual Violence, the National Network to End Domestic Violence, Restaurant Opportunities Centers United, National Organization of Sisters of Color Ending Sexual Assault, Survivors Know, TEWA Women United, YWCA, Adasina Social Capital, National Crittenton, and Vote Run Lead.

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE SURVIVOR’S AGENDA COALITION HERE: https://survivorsagenda.org/fair-principles-for-equitable-political-workplaces-and-spaces/#

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UltraViolet Slams Elon Musk, Twitter for Refusal to Track Covid-19 Disinformation, Says Decision Will Likely Lead to Fatal Outcome

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: November 30, 2022
CONTACT: Anna Zuccaro | anna@unbendablemedia.com

Yesterday, Twitter publically announced that the platform will no longer track or remove posts promoting false information related to pandemic or Covid-19.

In response to the news, Bridget Todd, communications director of UltraViolet, a national gender equity organization and leading advocate in the fight against disinformation online, issued the following statement:

“From the beginning, it was abundantly clear that Elon Musk only wanted to control Twitter to use it as a tool to advance his hyper-partisan and hypocritical agenda. Now that Musk is in charge of the platform, we see the true extent of the horrors he’s unleashing in the name of this ideology.

“From granting amnesty to hate mongers and anti-vaxxers to letting extremism proliferate, Elon Musk has turned Twitter into a toxic cesspool that makes us all less safe — both online and in the real world.

“Yesterday’s announcement that Twitter would no longer track or stop the spread of misinformation shows Musk is crossing a new threshold of public health risk in his clear desperation to keep the company afloat. The pandemic is not over. With rising flu and RSV cases, and a projected spike in COVID this holiday season, we know hospitals are already overwhelmed and that people will die. For companies like Amazon, Disney, and Google that are still advertisers on Twitter – the question is simple: what are you doing?”

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New Ad Calls Out Meta, Instagram, Tiktok, Twitter for Failing to Protect Women Elected Officials & Women Candidates From Harassment & Threats Online

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Friday
CONTACT: Anna Zuccaro | anna@unbendablemedia.com

New Ad Calls Out Meta, Instagram, Tiktok, Twitter for Failing to Protect Women Elected Officials & Women Candidates From Harassment & Threats Online

UltraViolet and She Persisted release new video ad urging social media companies to be more vigilant about hate speech, harassment, and threats against women politicians

Warns if Current Policies Remain Unchanged, We Could See an Exodus of Women from Public Office

WASHINGTON, DC — A new video released today, citing evidence of widespread racist and sexist disinformation efforts surrounding the midterm elections this November, from UltraViolet and She Persisted calls out social media companies, including Meta, Instagram, Tiktok, and Twitter, for failing to protect women elected officials and women running for political office from hate speech, harassment and threats online.

The ad states:

“Social media platforms are failing to protect women in public office

Elected women, particularly women of color, are subjected to constant abuse, threats and harassment online.

Report after report shows just how badly the platforms are doing.

Social media companies must do better to protect elected women and women running for office from online harassment and threats or there won’t be any of us left…”

VIEW FULL VIDEO HERE: https://app.frame.io/presentations/568d8560-1d16-4667-baf9-1725eb260a32

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UltraViolet Slams Facebook for Forcing Fact-Checkers Not to Fact-Check Donald Trump, Allowing Users to Post Related Posts

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Wednesday, November 16, 2022
CONTACT: Anna Zuccaro | anna@unbendablemedia.com

UltraViolet Slams Facebook for Forcing Fact-Checkers Not to Fact-Check Donald Trump, Allowing Users to Post Related Posts

WASHINGTON, DC — According to reports of an internal memo leak yesterday from Meta, fact-checkers may not fact-check Donald Trump. While Trump is currently banned from Facebook, the fact-check ban will apply to anything Trump says, including false statements, which can be posted to the platform by other users.
The memo established that if Trump did announce a 2024 presidential bid yesterday night, he could no longer be fact-checked on the platform.
Trump has not been allowed to post on his Facebook and Instagram accounts since the days following the January 6, 2021, attack on the US Capitol. Meta is considering allowing Trump back on the platform as soon as January 2023.

In response, Bridget Todd, communications director from UltraViolet, a national gender equity group and leading anti-disinformation advocate, issued the following statement:

“Meta forcing fact-checkers to ignore Donald Trump, Marjorie Taylor Greene, and other right-wing extremists’ lies is nothing new. Considering Facebook’s sketchy history of fact checking Donald Trump and other right-wing politicians, or lack thereof, the contents of this memo are hardly a surprise.

“Facebook didn’t deplatform Donald Trump until after he incited a violent and deadly insurrection in 2021. When Trump was on Facebook, he consistently posted lies, many rooted in racist, sexist disinformation, without incident.

“Let’s be clear, Meta is not bending its rules for Trump or right-wing radicals on Facebook — this is business as usual. Facebook generates profits from reposts and clicks, regardless of whether they contain valid facts or not.

“Meta needs to hold all politicians to the same fact-checking standards as regular users. “

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Women’s Group Says Attack on Pelosi “Did Not Come Out of Nowhere,” Blames Violent & Misogynist Rhetoric from GOP & Fox News, Amplified by Social Platforms

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Friday, October 28, 2022
CONTACT: Anna Zuccaro | anna@unbendablemedia.com

Women’s Group Says Attack on Pelosi “Did Not Come Out of Nowhere,” Blames Violent & Misogynist Rhetoric from GOP & Fox News, Amplified by Social Platforms

Women’s Disinformation Defense Project Responds to Attack Against Paul Pelosi, Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s Husband

Earlier today, reports broke that Paul Pelosi, husband of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, was violently attacked after an assailant forcibly entered their home in San Francisco, California, looking for the Speaker.

The following statement from Shaunna Thomas, co-founder and executive director of UltraViolet, was released on behalf of the Women’s Disinformation Defense Project:

“The home invasion and brutal attack against Paul Pelosi, the husband of Democratic Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, did not come out of nowhere.

“For years, Republicans have fed lies through right wing media outlets like Fox News demonizing Speaker Pelosi, lying about her political record, and positioning her as a threat to Republican voters and supporters.

“This isn’t just about policy disagreements on Capitol Hill. Republicans paint anyone who opposes their agenda as enemies of America, with an increased reliance on violent and misogynistic rhetoric to galvanize their base. What’s worse is that social media platforms have allowed these attacks to metastasize online and create an echo chamber that both radicalizes its consumers and desensitizes them to violence.

“We are grateful that Speaker Pelosi is safe, and that her husband Paul Pelosi is expected to make a full recovery, but let’s be clear: This wasn’t a random or isolated act of violence.

“The attack on Paul Pelosi should be a wakeup call — the people and institutions responsible must take responsibility and stop this violence.”

According to CNN, the man who attacked Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s husband early Friday posted memes and conspiracy theories on Facebook about Covid-19 vaccines, the 2020 election and the Jan. 6 attack.

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UltraViolet Responds to Elon Musk’s $44 Billion Twitter Takeover

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Friday, October 28, 2022
CONTACT: Anna Zuccaro | anna@unbendablemedia.com

UltraViolet Responds to Elon Musk’s $44 Billion Twitter Takeover

Leading gender equity & anti-disinformation group warns Musk’s acquisition of Twitter will increase harassment, violent threats against women, BIPOC communities, and LGBTQ+ people

Moments ago, Elon Musk finalized a deal to purchase Twitter for $44 billion. Today was the final opportunity for Musk to make the acquisition or face trial for breach of contract with the social media platform.

In response, Bridget Todd, communications director at UltraViolet, a leading national gender equity and anti-disinformation organization, issued the following statement:

“At a time where violent threats, hate speech, and disinformation are continuing to spread rapidly across social media platforms, despite their best efforts to state the contrary with bogus ads, it’s clear that billionaires like Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerburg are just getting started. Musk has commented on the record that he does not believe any Twitter posts, however factually inaccurate, violent or inflammatory, should be prohibited on Twitter, so long as they are ‘legal.’ His acquisition of Twitter just opened Pandora’s box.

“By purchasing Twitter, Elon Musk is poised to reopen the floodgates of widespread harassment and threats of violence, especially against Black women, women of color, and transgender people.

“We believe Musk will abandon Twitter’s community standards, which took years to establish, and currently provide recourse to ban users who violate those terms. This is a massively slippery slope that could set a dangerous precedent for other social media platforms to follow suit.

“We urge Musk, Twitter executives, the Board of Directors, and Twitter advertisers to continue enforcing a ban on Donald Trump as well as violent right-wing extremists and white supremacists. Additionally, we will continue to demand more vigilance about removing racist and misogynistic disinformation and those who knowingly spread it.

“Absent urgent action from Congress, social media platforms will continue to pose a danger to the American people and our democracy. With Elon Musk at the helm of Twitter just two weeks ahead of the midterm elections, it’s likely the worst is yet to come.”

Earlier this year, UltraViolet released a report card assigning letter grades to social media platforms such as Facebook/Instagram, YouTube, TikTok, Reddit, and Twitter. Each platform is graded based on current hate speech policies and processes, including the removal of disinformation, threats of violence, white nationalist content, and discrimination based on gender identity, race, and sexual orientation. In 2021, Twitter began beta-testing a COVID-19 reporting function and removed bad actors from the platform, including Donald Trump and Marjorie Taylor Greene, in response to UltraViolet’s demands.

VIEW THE REPORT HERE: https://weareuv.us/feministnetreport
VIEW THE REPORT CARD HERE: https://weareuv.us/reportcard

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Women’s Disinformation Defense Project Announces $5 Million Initiative to Support Women Political Candidates Through Midterm Elections

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Thursday, October 6, 2022
CONTACT: Anna Zuccaro | anna@unbendablemedia.com

Women’s Disinformation Defense Project Announces $5 Million Initiative to Support Women Political Candidates Through Midterm Elections

Women’s Disinformation Defense Project launches 2022 midterm election initiative with media tracking, social media platform accountability, disinformation training and resources for local advocacy groups

Women’s Disinformation Defense Project will focus heavily on elections in Nevada, North Carolina, Michigan, & Florida

WASHINGTON, DC — The Women’s Disinformation Defense Project (WDDP), a coalition of gender and racial justice groups led by UltraViolet, in partnership with A—B, EMILY’s List Action, Higher Heights for America, Kairos, The League, NARAL Pro-Choice America, Planned Parenthood Votes, and Women’s March, will begin a new campaign to combat disinformation and fend off racist or sexist attacks against women running for office in the 2022 midterm elections. The initiative entails at least $5 million for programs such as media tracking, ad campaigns, platform accountability, disinformation training, and resources for local advocacy groups through election day on November 8th.

Specifically, WDDP is focusing heavily on elections in Nevada, North Carolina, Michigan, and Florida, supporting women candidates against disinformation attacks, holding media outlets and social media platforms accountable for proliferating disinformation, and working to encourage voter turnout in support of the following candidates:

Catherine Cortez Masto (U.S. Senate), Lisa Cano Burkhead (Lt. Gov), and Ellen Spiegel (Comptroller) in Nevada
Cheri Beasley (U.S. Senate) in North Carolina
Gretchen Whitmer (Governor), Jocelyn Benson (Secretary of State), and Dana Nessel (Attorney General) in Michigan.
Val Demings (U.S. Senate) in Florida

With the overarching goals of protecting women candidates and voters in key states from the harms of disinformation and increasing turnout of women voters, WDDP is also engaging in rapid response mobilization, disinformation training, and polling in key states around the impacts of disinformation attack on candidates and the most effective counter narratives.

“Hundreds of women are running for political office across the country, including a record number of Black women running for Congress, governor and mayor. With midterms in close sight, it’s critically important to foster a political environment where women can safely participate in our democracy as candidates and voters,” said Bridget Todd, Director of Communications for UltraViolet. “Given that, media outlets and social media platforms have a responsibility to stop the spread of racist and sexist disinformation. This issue transcends political party lines. Political candidates will not have a fair chance to state their case to voters if platforms do not proactively remove content that intentionally misinforms the general public.”
Earlier this year, UltraViolet and the WDDP launched a national initiative dedicated to securing Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation to the Supreme Court, including an updated media guide detailing how news outlets should cover Justice Jackson as a nominee.
VIEW THE GUIDE HERE: https://weareuv.us/mediaguide2022
In efforts to combat racist and sexist attacks against Justice Jackson, and to stop proliferation of disinformation against her online, UltraViolet also trained over 200 progressive activists about responding to disinformation attacks against Justice Jackson and distributed content to over 100 partner organizations countering right-wing narratives opposing Jackson’s confirmation.
Additionally, the coalition addressed news division heads, editors, bureau chiefs, and reporters in an open letter from 70 organizations, urging that news coverage of Justice Jackson should adhere to standards outlined in the media guide.

VIEW THE LETTER HERE: https://weareultraviolet.org/wp-content/up
In 2020, UltraViolet Action organized efforts to prevent the spread of racist and sexist disinformation targeting women candidates and voters. Initially designed to defend Vice President Kamala Harris and other women and women of color running for office, this work included:
Media accountability campaigns focused on de-platforming those that perpetuated racist and sexist disinformation, including the publication of a comprehensive media guide on how the media can cover women politicians and people of color in politics.
Calls to the DNC to block all Democratic presidential candidates with active non-disclosure agreements for sexual harassment and workplace abuse on debate.
Holding social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter accountable for the spread of racist and sexist disinformation, as well as the promotion of right-wing violence and QAnon conspiracy theories.
Popularizing the reality of disinformation attacks for voters and countering disinformation with positive messages to low propensity voters in battleground states. This included running a six figure ad buy in English and Spanish targeting young, Black, and Latina voters with turnout and pro-Biden content.

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BREAKING: Musk Offers to Buy Twitter at Original Deal Price; Women’s Group Says Threats of Violence and Harassment Online Will Likely Skyrocket If Deal Goes Through

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BREAKING: Musk Offers to Buy Twitter at Original Deal Price; Women’s Group Says Threats of Violence and Harassment Online Will Likely Skyrocket If Deal Goes Through

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Tuesday, October 4, 2022
CONTACT: Brett Abrams | brett@unbendablemedia.com

UltraViolet Says Elon Musk’s Plan to Buy Twitter Would Increase Harassment and Violent Threats Towards Women Online

Statement from Bridget Todd, communications director at UltraViolet, on reports that Elon Musk has offered to buy Twitter at the original deal price:

“Get ready. Elon Musk is about to rip open Pandora’s box and flood the internet once again with hate, misogyny, racism and conspiracy theories.

“If this deal goes through, Twitter will become an even more dangerous place for women, threats of violence online against Black women and women of color will skyrocket, and anti-trans content will take hold of user feeds. Donald Trump will be replatformed and he will use his account to spread conspiracy theories and promote political violence.

“We should all be terrified.”

Earlier this year, UltraViolet released a report card assigning letter grades to social media platforms such as Facebook/Instagram, YouTube, TikTok, Reddit, and Twitter. Each platform is graded based on current hate speech policies and processes, including the removal of disinformation, threats of violence, white nationalist content, and discrimination based on gender identity, race, and sexual orientation.

As a result of UltraViolet’s campaigning, Twitter began beta-testing a COVID-19 reporting function and removed bad actors from the platform, including Donald Trump and Marjorie Taylor Greene.

VIEW THE REPORT HERE: https://weareuv.us/feministnetreport
VIEW THE REPORT CARD HERE: https://weareuv.us/reportcard

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