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Eni Aluko says legal action can help curb racism on social mediaPCMAX

2019年11月20日 category : 未分類 

To be able to combat misuse according to 102-cap England footballer Eni Aluko footballers should think about pursuing legal actions.
Dozens of all footballers have been subjected to abuse this season, with the handiest online instances including Chelsea set Tammy Abraham and Kurt Zouma, and Manchester United duo Marcus Rashford and Paul Pogba.
Social networking companies aren’t doing enough to tackle racism directed at people through their programs, based on Juventus ahead Aluko, who suggests the Professional Footballers’ Association should act to protect players.
“It is the right time to take action over internet misuse,” Aluko, who is also a sports attorney, wrote in her weekly column in The Guardian.
“Black footballers occasionally retweet cases of the racism directed at them on social networking, but Twitter and Facebook aren’t doing enough to prevent it. If it is really needed by anything Twitter controversy and fury will be what attracts people to the site.
“But we could find out that these people are. All it takes is a court order and they are in trouble. There are laws in place to stop this material, and people who do not understand the moral argument against racism need to recognize that there’ll be legal consequences.
“Perhaps the best solution is for female, black and BAME-background athletes to take collective action. If the Professional Footballers’ Association is dedicated to protecting players’ interests, they need to also be considering this problem.
“Perhaps they could assemble a legal team particularly to take on the likes of Twitter and force them to recognize the individuals who racially abuse their associates so they may be pursued by authorities or the courts.
“Footballers need to step up and be sure even if the FA Twitter are not going to get anything, we’re.”

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