Online Misogyny: Data v Dogma

Virtual Abuse Part 4: Examining the available data on online abuse / misogyny and considering how subjective reporting can be employed to promote political narratives, calls for state regulation and the manipulation of online public spaces.



1. Amnesty’s Conspiracy of Silence

Amnesty International’s odd reaction to my request for information about their research methods and the disturbing discovery that it led me to.



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