And it’s incredibly simple.
There’s a tool called Fiu, which was originally developed for the legal team at BuzzFeed, that allows you to report abuse on Facebook and Twitter by simply entering the username and password of a person or group you believe has been abusive.
For example, if you’re a journalist, you can send an email to BuzzFeed News directly, and it’ll prompt the user to fill in the name and email address of the person or organization they were targeting.
Fiu isn’t foolproof, but it can help you identify instances where your posts could be misconstrued as abuse.
The tool can also be used to report hate speech and harassment.
But it’s the ability to report specific incidents and to report on the harassment itself that’s the most powerful feature.
Fua is the only way to make sure you’re not alone.
It’s a simple and powerful tool, and anyone can use it.
If you’re unsure how to start, you should read Fua’s tutorial and read through the list of tools it contains to get an idea of how easy it is to use.
If, however, you don’t have time to read all the tools and resources available to you, here are a few things you should know: How to report online harassment and hate speech, with Fua, in 5 minutes (and it’s free!)
If you can’t wait that long, we’ve included an entire guide to how to report and combat online harassment.
The full guide can be found here.