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Former Love Island presenter Caroline Flack death prompted not only a wave of sadness, but an overwhelming demand for it to be a Turning Point for The Treatment of celebrities on Social Media and in The Press .
in The Night after The hosting of their first live edition of The X Factor in 2015, Caroline Flack was on a high, after achieving another peak in her career. She was in tears, according to one view on Social Media .
"The response was really overwhelming because I think people would talk about how I look, how I stand, how I'm going or how I laugh"
"Not everyone Will think like you all the time, not everyone, you're beautiful, but there is a difference between opinion and abuse. "
the words are of concern to many celebrities, particularly Women .
Speaking on BBC Eilish Breakfast on Tuesday, Billie - Fresh from winning five Grammys, the recording of the new James Bond theme and the best-selling album of 2019 - has shown, That they had to search recently stopped in to comments.
your brother and the production and songwriting partner, Finneas O'connell added: "maybe you can find someone who is a 'celebrity' and you might be thinking, sticks and stones, nothing, what can I say, is actually more potent to you. But it is everything. It's all very much the same online. "Social Media is on a witch-hunt'
"I think it would be great if we could eliminate the elements within the society. "
the Social Media assignments come under control in The Search for explanations and to blame, since Flack is suicide on Saturday at the age of 40 years, as the mainstream media, and The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) for the progress of a trial, after she was accused of, to your friend.Flack arrival at the court on 23. December
as well as the attention, Flack had lost her job, on the island of love, with Stand, after he is charged; it was prohibited to contact her boyfriend by the court, and was in court for domestic violence.
The loudest refrain after her death was to be for the people, "friendly", especially on Social Media .
Laura Whitmore , who replaced Flack on Love Island , appealed to the listeners on her BBC Radio 5 Live show "nature" on the other, and added: "To paparazzi and tabloids in search of a cheap sell, trolls hide behind a keyboard Enough . "
Whitmore added: "I'm not going to say it was perfect, but who is? She lived every error to The Public under the control of the media. "
comedian Russell Brand echoed your shout in his blog: "I'm angry because I have seen this play out before with vulnerable people in public, and I want to kill, with some of the righteous sword, the salacious, foams, incessant poking, trolling, judgment, chased you to The Grave ," he wrote.
A petition "Caroline's Law", That would be a criminal offence for the media to "knowingly and mercilessly bully a person", has reached over 700,000 signatures at the time of writing.
Brand said he admired the "optimism" of the petition. "But in the media of people, The World of the celebrities is of people is Social Media people. All culture, all values That pass through the consciousness of individuals and collectives," he wrote.
"If we want to change The World , for less people to die in pain and shame, then we should pause before we see the next vent of a lustful rod of the vengeful judgment or ridicule, condemnation. ""Truly frightening'
Asked how long The Spirit of friendliness might take, columnist, and author Joan Smith , who is the chair of The Mayor of London's violence Against Women and girls Board, said: "It takes about 10 Minutes in, as a rule, isn't it?"
"this kind of attention for someone who is fragile, post vindictive really frightening," She Said . "I think part of the problem is Most People see this on a case-to-case basis. "This is really terrible. Something should happen. "And Then it all dies down again. "
she added: "But we actually have a request of The Leveson Inquiry, I gave me self-evidence, and what happened then?"
The years of 2011 and 2012-request, investigated the behaviour of The Press after the phone-hacking scandal, but the second part of the investigation was scrapped by the government, and a new system of self-control has been established.
"I don't remember the time, it is independent, it is too much influenced by the editors. And I still think That this is the case," said Smith.'We feed The Monster '
Labour MP Jo Stevens , who sits on The House of Commons culture, media and Sport select committee, said the second part of the Leveson Inquiry "would have looked exactly The Role of Newspapers in reporting on this type of activity".Big Brother housemate Andy West , the advocates of self-protection against nasty comments, not always with
included"Because these stories are written online, every time someone read the clicks on a story about salacious gossip stories about celebrities and personalities, we feed The Monster , because it is the creation of revenue for the sites. "
"But the mainstream media is not yet accepted, the type of approach That have taken place on Social Media , on the Wild West of cyberspace, where people want to be offensive and cruel and wildly inaccurate, as you, because they are hidden in almost all the cases behind the anonymity. "PM: Social Media companies must go on,'
There have been calls for more regulation of Social Media in The Wake of The Star 's death, with proposals for measures, such as removing the anonymity of not forcing anyone to make the plates ID and a photo.
This would Go Further than the proposals in the proposed new law against "online-harms", under which the regulatory authority is Ofcom "specified steps should be taken to cyber-bullying to address".
to Respond to Flack 's death on Monday, a spokesman of the Prime Minister , Boris Johnson , said: "The industry must continue its efforts to Go Further . We expect you to have robust processes for the removal of content in violation of their usage policies. "
Last year, a think-tank, the centre for the fight against Digital Hate, suggesting celebrities should ignore an answer to the trolls and block them.
On Monday, broadcaster and former Big Brother contestant Andy West , said: "When we talk about practical solutions, if you are looking for Social Media difficult and it is getting you down - and Lord knows, it is me almost Every Day trying to self-control, and ensure That you are not to add, That by participating in the meanness, and you have to take your own personal responsibility.
"But I agree completely That we have reached a point where now you can earn your voice on Social Media , you have to prove you are who you say you are, you are, and you must be ready to stand by your words. I would Go Further and say they have verified a photo That you may have. "