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FIFA World Cup: FIFA is launching a new service to crack down on hate speech and discrimination online during the World Cup, world soccer’s governing body said on Wednesday. The Social Media Protection Service will stop players seeing offensive messages when they log on to their phones in the dressing rooms minutes after matches. Watch FIFA World Cup LIVE streaming with Jio Cinemas and follow FIFA World Cup 2022 LIVE updates with Akashera.IN

FIFA will monitor the social media accounts of all participants at the World Cup by scanning for publicly-facing abusive, discriminatory and threatening comments and then reporting them to social networks and law enforcement.

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“FIFA is committed to providing the best possible conditions for players to perform to the best of their ability,” FIFA President Gianni Infantino said so.

“At the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, we are pleased to launch a service that will help protect players from the harmful effects that social media posts can have on their mental health and well-being.”

FIFA World Cup: FIFA to crack down on online discrimination at Qatar 2022 – check out

Teams, players and other individual participants will also be able to sign up for a moderation service that instantly hides offensive and offensive comments on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube, preventing them from being seen by the recipient and their followers.

A report published by FIFA this year revealed that more than half of the players at last year’s European Championship and Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) were subjected to discriminatory abuse online.

Brazilian international Willian, who is not in his country’s World Cup squad, is backing the campaign as he himself has experienced online discrimination.

“I support this campaign because I was in Brazil a year ago and I suffered a lot and my family suffered a lot because people started attacking us on social media and attacking my family.” Willian said.

“That’s why I’m now standing with FIFA to see if you can stop this kind of thing that sometimes makes me feel sad.”

FIFA World Cup: FIFA to crack down on online discrimination at Qatar 2022 – check out

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