Twitter shares analysis of racist abuse that followed Euro 2020 final
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Twitter shares analysis of racist abuse that followed Euro 2020 final

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Twitter claims identity verification wouldn’t have prevented the torrent of racist abuse against Black players on England’s football team, which followed the team’s loss in the Euro 2020 championship game last month. According to an update posted by Twitter UK today, the majority of the accounts suspended for abusive content during the tournament were not anonymous.

“Of the permanently suspended accounts from the Tournament, 99 percent of account owners were identifiable,” said Twitter. The company also said that, while the racist tweets came from around the world, the majority originated from the United Kingdom.

Our data suggests that ID verification would have been unlikely to prevent the abuse from happening – as of the…

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