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One in five Brazilians in the European elite have experienced racism online

São Paulo, SB (Fulhabres) – monkey figures. Gorilla faces. banana. It harms the color of the mother’s complexion. “black”. “Neguinho.” Mockery because of poetry. Monocytosis [macaco em espanhol] Chit. ”At the weekend when a portion of European football decided to boycott social networks because they believed they were doing little to fight racism, Brazilian players had many reasons to protest. The country that acts in the elite on the continent shows that 23% of those who post comments freely In their photos, she received at least one racist message this season, which started in August 2020. The poll included the five best national competitions according to the European Union (EU) laboratories: Germany, Spain, France, England and Italy.105 Brazilian players in first-class clubs in those countries. 18 of them decided to block the account (which requires permission to follow), and not allow comments or use the filter provided by Instagram to restrict interactions. One of those who did this was Neymar, who has 149 million followers, of the 87 followers I kept opened accounts. , And 20 of them received at least one racist comment. Discriminatory content can be hidden, even if it is easy to understand. One user wrote in Spanish to Marcelo, from Real Madrid, “From Favela and against ideas Her boss, well … “, without clarifying whether the reference is to the president of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, or to the club. Actor Florentino Perez. “All lives matter, you are black,” greeted striker Wesley from Aston Villa (ING). There are also irregularities after poor results. A few hours after Paris Saint-Germain’s defeat by Manchester City last Wednesday (28), in the semi-finals of the Champions League, Marquinhos’ post received comments with numbers of monkeys. In the Confederation of Clubs, Federations, Athletes’ Associations, Fans and TV stations, English football began on Friday (30) a four-day boycott of the main social networks (Facebook, Instagram and Twitter). UEFA and FIFA joined the measure. Formula 1 drivers such as Lewis Hamilton, George Russell and Lando Norris, and representatives of other popular sports in England, such as rugby, cycling and cricket, were others who joined the protest, in addition to the International Tennis Federation (ITF). Pallets [das redes sociais] Liquidation must be done or not [comentários]. Attorney Renato Opis Blon, who specializes in digital law and data protection, says they have more proactive attitudes than they did years ago, and are trying to determine this. And the culprit. This cannot continue, because more and more platforms have developed jobs to build the public sphere, ”says Juliana Abrucio, attorney and professor at McKinsey School of Law, in São Paulo. Among the unions surveyed, the highest rate of crime occurred in Spain, where Of the 15 players with open Instagram, 7 were targets for racism (46.6%). Of the five Real Madrid athletes – Marcelo, Vinicius Junior, Eder Militao, Rodrigo and Casemiro – only Militão in France had success, 33.3% of Brazilian athletes had been subjected to crimes. Racist, more than England (24%), Germany (16.6%) and Italy (4.3%), are considered open-minded. “The inclusion of blacks in this mathematical modernity is always from the periphery to the center. This subject that drains into the ocean is to be invisible. When he appears in the middle he looks like an invader, he shouldn’t be there. Then it awakens an enormous group of strangers and fantasies and delusions in others. From there, the insults emerge, ”says Hilton Ferreira Jr., PhD student in Social and Cultural Studies in Sport at the School of Physical Education at the University of São Paulo (University of São Paulo). As for the Executive Director of the Observatory of Racial Discrimination in Football, Marcelo Medeiros Carvalho, the scale of the crimes On social networks it is linked to the position of government officials. ”The increase in hate speech from leaders such as presidents and prime ministers, in Brazil and abroad, is encouraging fans to feel comfortable delivering these hate speeches. Carvalho also points out that the impossibility of having fans in the stadiums due to the Covid-19 epidemic has made fans “unleash all the hate, frustration and prejudice on social networks.” “Social media is full of hate and above all, racism. We cannot feed this culture. We cannot accept this. We must always fight. We must always fight,” said Manchester United midfielder Fred, when he discovered in a comment that he had been called a “monkey”, the report consulted him, Instagram. And Facebook (both of the same company) said in a joint note. That between October and December 2020, the platforms acted on 33 million messages identified as hate speech, 95% of which were found before any report was submitted. Anywhere, which is against our policies of harassment or discrimination against people on Instagram or Facebook. We agree and advance on many of the suggestions the football community has suggested, including tougher measures against violations of Direct Messaging rules. We also recently announced that we will soon provide new tools, developed based on conversations with athletes and anti-discrimination experts. “About the boycott that started in English football, Twitter says that since the start of the current season in the UK, there have been 30 million posts on football, 7,000 of which have been removed for violating company rules.” We are improving our proactive measures and removing 90% of targeted abuse. Against players, without the need to file a complaint. We provide reporting channels for our football partners, ensuring any potentially infringing content is analyzed and played back quickly. “

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