World Swansea boycotts Social networks for one week
Donald Trump gets a standing ovation from supporters at Mar-a-Lago
Video posted to Instagram on Friday shows the Trump family strolling through an outdoor dining area at the club in Palm Beach, Florida, where the former president has made his home.Video posted to Instagram on Friday shows the Trump family strolling through an outdoor dining area at the club in Palm Beach, Florida, where the former president has made his home after leaving the Oval Office.
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The Swansea Club, Fourth Championship, announced this Thursday that it no longer publish any content on its social networks for the next seven days. A commitment that concerns his players, his staff, but also the female team or the club's administrative staff. The club will be absent from Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Snapchat, YouTube or Tiktok and will only publish information on its website.
Swansea City Has Chosen to Take A Club Wide Stance in The Battle Against Abuse and Discrimination of All Forms on Social Media.From 5pm Today We Will Not Post Any Content On Our Official Social Media Channels for Seven Days.?
Swansea City to boycott social media in stand against 'abhorrent' online abuse
Championship club Swansea City are taking a stand against the ongoing issue of abuse on social media platforms.The break in activity involves not just Swansea's official accounts on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube, TikTok and Snapchat, but also the first-team players and staff.
- Swansea City AFC (@swansofficial)
This initiative is part of a global struggle to awaken consciences about abuse that Have multiplied in recent weeks on social networks, including players from Swansea as Jamal Lowe. A call to the boycott was recently launched by, while by withdrawing social networks until strong actions are put in place.
We are now waiting for Jean-Michel Aulas to do the same.
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