Veloce joins sport-wide social media blackout
Veloce Esports and Veloce Racing joined together at the weekend to participate in the sport-wide social media blackout. Initiated by the Premier League, we followed as sporting bodies across the country made a stand against online discrimination.
There is no place in sport, nor our society, for racism, homophobia, sexism or any form of discriminatory abuse. As a community, we must make social media a safer place for all, where discrimination and hate speech is not acceptable or where it goes unpunished.
What you can do:
You can block users and report incidents to any social media platform
We advise that if you (or someone you know) have received any discriminatory and/or hateful, abusive comments online that you report this to the relevant social media platform. Below are a list of links to get you to the right area:
- Instagram - https://help.instagram.com/contact/383679321740945
- Twitter - https://help.twitter.com/en/safety-and-security#sensitive-content
- Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/help/181495968648557/
- TikTok - https://support.tiktok.com/en/safety-hc/report-a-problem
- YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/intl/en-GB/about/policies/#reporting-and-enforcement
Hate speech is an offence. We also advise that you directly report an incident to the police if you have been a victim of a crime, or you feel a crime has been committed through social media.
To report hate crimes to law enforcement
To report harassment on social media:
If you are someone who has been a victim of any kind of abuse online, we have listed below a few websites and organisations who may be of help.