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1 in 3 women have experienced online abuse.

We need you to help us make sure they are protected.

Right now it's too easy for social media companies to ignore online abuse.

We're calling on Home Secretary, Priti Patel, and Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, Nadine Dorries, to make sure new laws mean social media platforms are doing all they can to prevent and challenge abuse.

Every voice matters - will you add yours?

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The Online Safety Bill is supposed to ensure social media companies protect their users, but right now it doesn’t do enough to recognise online violence against women and girls.

We need the Bill to make women and girls’ safety online a priority.

If you agree, send the message below. We can't miss this opportunity.

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