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The "League of LOL", antisemitic tags and Nâdiya

Illustration Cyber-harassment – pixabay

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"And that's it (for the show)," it was fifteen years ago. If since the singer Nâdiya missed you, do not despair! She has just returned with the title "TOP". His album Odyssey will be released on February 22nd.

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While the window of a Bagelstein restaurant was tagged with the word "juden" ("Jews" in German) in yellow in Paris, two portraits of Simone Veil were tagged with swastikas, reveals BFMTV.
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On the Internet, nothing really disappears … Since the publication Friday of an article of Release on the "Ligue du LOL", a private Facebook group of about thirty Parisian journalists, languages ​​are loosened. Several women have testified in recent days on social networks, claiming to have been victims of cyberbullying campaigns conducted between 2009 and 2013 by members of this group.

The actions of this "fraternity" today go beyond the simple framework of social networks, and are at the heart of a controversy that made react this Sunday the Secretary of State for Gender Equality, Marlene Schiappa. "All my support and solidarity with bloggers and journalists who have had to undergo the sexist harassment of #LigueDuLol ".
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