You can do something about anti-religious hate speech you see online. Using the guide below, it’s fast and easy to report bigotry, defamation or hatemongering to Internet service providers and social media sites that are wittingly or unwittingly supporting cyberhate. Use this service well and tell others to use it.
Along with “Best Practices for Challenging Cyberhate” guidelines, this reporting system was developed by the Anti-Defamation League in 2014, in consultation with Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Twitter, Yahoo and YouTube, to increase response and responsibility by service providers and social media sites.
Hate speech is prohibited in posts and is defined as “offensive or inciting language in reference to groups, such as nationalities, religions, creeds, gender, sexual orientation, age, physical appearance or features, other matters of such fundamental nature.”
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