French Group Sues Twitter, Facebook, & YouTube Over Harassment

French Group Sues Twitter, Facebook, & YouTube Over Harassment

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While social media has helped people connect, it has also served as an amplifier for hate speech and online a harassment, which is sadly as frequent as it is ugly. One French group is preparing a lawsuit against YouTube, Twitter and Facebook for allegedly not doing enough to end harassment. We’ve got that and more in our roundup of LGBTQ-culture news from around the world!

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