Online hate and extremism have increased dramatically in recent years, and the consequences have included violent attacks, serious harm and death. Online platforms often lack adequate policies to mitigate these challenges or fail to enforce their policies effectively. National and state laws and policies require significant updating to hold online platforms and individual perpetrators accountable for enabling hate and extremism.
REPAIR offers a comprehensive framework to meaningfully decrease online hate. There is no single fix to the phenomenon, but REPAIR presents a clear path forward.
Below are sample posts and graphics you can share on your social media accounts to help spread the word and help garner petition signatures.
Sample posts to share on your social channels:
● Sign on to @ADL’s REPAIR Plan to hold policymakers and social media platforms responsible for curbing online hate. There is no single fix to the phenomenon, but REPAIR presents a clear path forward. Sign the petition: www.adl.org/repairplan #RepairTheInternet
● Join @ADL in calling on lawmakers and social media platforms to fight online hate and support victims and targets of online hate and harassment. REPAIR offers solutions. Sign on now to #RepairTheInternet: www.adl.org/repairplan
● We need to #RepairTheInternet and push hate and extremism to the fringes of the digital world. Sign on now and show your support for @ADL’s REPAIR Plan — a comprehensive framework to meaningfully decrease online hate. www.adl.org/repairplan