Researchers from Keele University have presented their findings in Parliament, calling on the government and tech companies to enact stronger regulations to combat hate speech on social media. The study examines how hate speech can be addressed online. The researchers contend that, because activists promoting counternarratives felt it was critical to remain “filled with hate” and not leave an empty space after trigger events, racist narratives and more positive counternarratives are inextricably linked and support one another on platforms.

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