Jack87 news today, FIFA is launching a new service to combat online hate speech and discrimination during the World Cup, asianbookie world football’s governing body said yesterday.
A social media protection service will prevent players from seeing abusive messages when they log into their phones in the locker room minutes after a game.
FIFA will monitor the social media accounts of all boda8 World Cup participants by scanning public-facing abusive, discriminatory and threatening comments before reporting them to social networks and legal authorities.
FIFA President Gianni Infantino said: “FIFA is committed to providing the best conditions for players to perform to the best of their abilities.”
“At the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, we are delighted to launch a service to help protect players from the damaging effects social media posts can have on their mental health and well-being.”
Teams, players and other individual participants will also be able to opt-in to a moderation service that will instantly hide abusive and offensive comments on Facebook, boda8 malaysia Instagram and YouTube, preventing them from being seen by recipients and their followers.
More than half of the players at last year’s European Championships and the African Cup of Nations (Afcon) experienced discriminatory abuse online, a report released by FIFA this year showed.
Brazil international Willian, who is not in his country’s World Cup squad, supports the sport and has experienced online discrimination himself.
“I support the sport because a year ago I was in Brazil and I suffered a lot and my family suffered a lot because people started attacking us on social media, malaysia boda8 attacking my family,” William said.
“That’s why I’m standing with FIFA now to see if you can stop these things that make me sad at times.”