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Campaign Zero Trollerance, Internet
Category Gender and Tech  +
End when 17 April 2015  +
Existing toolkits and resources Videos of the six step programː http://zer
Videos of the six step programː http://zerotrollerance.guru/step-1.php http://zerotrollerance.guru/step-2.php http://zerotrollerance.guru/step-3.php http://zerotrollerance.guru/step-4.php http://zerotrollerance.guru/step-5.php http://zerotrollerance.guru/step-6.php
php http://zerotrollerance.guru/step-6.php  +
Feedbacks What were the impressions ?  +
Feelings How was it ?  +
For whom is it organized Trolls and targets of trolling, the aim was to raise awareness about online misoginy  +
How many people trained 1,000  +
KEEP What will you keep doing ?  +
Links about the activity http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/soci
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/social-media/11535405/How-do-you-stop-Twitter-trolls-Unleash-a-robot-swarm-to-troll-them-back.html http://motherboard.vice.com/en_uk/read/trolling-the-trolls-with-sexism-hunting-twitter-bots http://www.buzzfeed.com/alexkj/self-help-for-sexists-in-six-simple-steps-1eaud#.dyNrJdzDW
xists-in-six-simple-steps-1eaud#.dyNrJdzDW  +
Methodologies for training The campaign enabled you to send to your T
The campaign enabled you to send to your Twitter trolls links to individual videos or to the main website. The campaign involved 160 talking bots that enrolled 3,000 identified trolls in the ‘self-help program’, and then sent them humorous motivational messages and video clips over a period of one week. This initiative received a wide media and press coverage contributing actively in making more visible the problem of gender based online violence and misogyny taking place on social media platforms such as Twitter.
on social media platforms such as Twitter.  +
Motivations for organizing training This campaign was inspired by debates and
This campaign was inspired by debates and exchanges regarding gender based online violence and trolling that took place during the GTI and were informed by participants experiences. This initiative was designed by a facilitator of the institute in partnership with the Peng collective which is a Berlin based communication group. The initiative was widely supported and relayed by many participants to the GTI. As explained in their website in a humoristic manner: “Hate has always been a part of the Internet and the intentional harassment of other people (termed trolling) has too. But the gendered forms of harassment and violence on Twitter today point to a deeper problem in society that cannot be solved by technical solutions alone. Trolls need serious, practical help to overcome their sexism, deal with their anger issues and change their behavior”.
r anger issues and change their behavior”.  +
Organisation(s) website http://zerotrollerance.guru/  +
START What will you start doing ?  +
STOP What will you stop doing ?  +
Start when 13 April 2015  +
Title of the activity The Zero Trollerance Campaign  +
Topics addressed trolls, online harassment, online misoginy, counterspeech, feminism, humour  +
Where is located the activity Internet  +
Who organize it Person(s), organization(s)  +
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