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# Online abuse

Last month
June 2024
'Toxicity' of Ryanair targeting Eamon Ryan needs to be called out, Taoiseach says
This year
Bottom of the class: Fianna Fáil running fewer women in local elections than any other party
Dr Catherine Conlon: We need to get real about the dangers of smartphone use by young children
Dr Catherine Conlon
Last year
Taskforce on protecting politicians from abuse to meet today
'They sent me an image of my photoshopped face on a pile of people being burnt'
Irish drag artist: 'Following the music awards last week, I received a wave of online abuse'
Roderic O'Gorman speaks out about 'vicious abuse' against LGBT+ community
'It's relentless': The toll of online abuse on community groups supporting asylum seekers
All time
Opinion: Reflecting on 2022, the LGBT+ community is hopeful of progress in the year ahead
Adam Long
'I get death threats every now and then' - F1 driver on social media abuse
Meath GAA air 'disgust' and condemn recent abuse
Facebook and Twitter offering supports for TDs and Senators who experience online abuse
Government TD makes garda complaint about 'threatening' online video
Poll: Have you ever reported social media abuse?
Open Thread: Have you experienced gendered abuse or harassment online?
Rio Ferdinand says he encouraged gay male footballer to come out but the player was advised not to
'Lucy Quinn didn’t play well today' – and also 'she’s a slag'' - Birmingham forward details online abuse
Instagram to release new tools to help protect users from abuse on the platform
Police make 11 arrests in relation to racist abuse of England players
Four people arrested so far in connection with online abuse of England players
Basketball Ireland condemns 'disgraceful' online comments aimed at women's U20 side
Twitter 'troll' to pay BBC's Stephen Nolan six-figure sum in damages
Opinion: Online abuse needs to be stopped, but let's not shut down open debate in the process
Adam Hallissey
'I got an Instagram message saying 'your days are numbered' - but the thing is, this person was easily traceable'
Football chiefs call for government legislation to tackle online abuse after boycott
Karen Carney says she had suicidal thoughts after receiving online abuse
United midfielder Fred says racist abuse on social media ‘cannot be accepted’
'If you see something that you're not happy about, do something about it: call it out, ban it, report it'
Stoke City vow to 'bring the perpetrators to justice' after vile online abuse of McClean
Varadkar: 'I'm afraid it will end in violence. I don't mean having a milkshake thrown on you, I mean something much worse'
Referee Mike Dean asks to sit out round of Premier League games after death threats
President Higgins signs legislation criminalising distribution of intimate images without consent into law
Pornhub deletes millions of user-generated videos after public backlash
Online abuse sees EPCR switch referee Brace's Champions Cup appointment
Premier League launches system for players to report online racist abuse
'It said ‘I hope your kids get coronavirus' and 'I hope they die in a house fire’' - Patrick McClean defends brother James
RTÉ journalist experienced racist abuse online for over two years
Govt making 'little or no progress' against online abuse and child exploitation, committee told
Twitter defends response to 'absolutely abhorrent' abuse directed at Ryan family
Couple from supermarket ad campaign 'considering leaving Ireland' after online abuse