Shock in Britain. For the bailiff who conducted the investigation into the 14-year-old's suicide 'Molly saw and shared over 2,100 posts related to suicide and self-harm in 6 months: they affected her mental health in no small way'Prince William is also moving for Molly's death, demanding greater online security
Great Britain in shock at the conclusions of the coroner on the suicide of 14 year old Molly Russell. According to the bailiff, the young woman took her own life due to the more than 2,000 suicide and self-harm videos seen on social media. A story that also moves Prince William: 'Online safety for our children and young people must be a prerequisite, not a secondary aspect'.Bella Hadid on the catwalk with the 'spray dress', the dress sprayed on the body Bella Hadid on the catwalk with the 'spray dress', the dress sprayed on the body
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THE STORY - It was the evening of November 20, 2017. Molly had dinner and watched TV with the family. And according to mother Janet, everyone's behavior in the house 'was normal.' But the next morning the woman found her daughter dead in her room: she had killed herself. His father Ian had already accused social media and their algorithms: “It is a ghetto of the online world, once you fall into the algorithm you cannot escape it, it continues to recommend more content. It's time to protect our innocent youth instead of allowing social platforms to prioritize their profits by making money off the pain of children.' The investigation actually revealed how the teenager had shared 2100 posts on Instagram about depression, suicide or self-harm in the last six months of her life, remaining detached from those contents for only 12 days.
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THE CORONER'S PAROLE - And for the coroner Andrew Walker the contents spread on Instagram and Pinterest would have contributed to the death of the young woman for 'an act of self-harm while suffering from depression and the negative effects of online content.' The bailiff argues: “It is likely that these periods have had a negative effect on Molly. Some of this content fictionalized acts of self-harm by young people. Others have tried to discourage discussion with those who could have helped. In some cases, the content was particularly realistic, impressive, and portrayed suicide as an inevitable consequence of a condition from which it is not possible to escape”. And again: “It is probable that the material viewed by Molly, already suffering from a depressive illness and vulnerable due to her age, influenced her mental health in a negative way and contributed to her death in a non-secondary way” . Judson Hoffman, head of Pinterest's community operations, also spoke at the hearings, admitting that Pinterest was 'not secure' at the time and that he 'deeply' regrets that content was seen by Molly. Meta's health and well-being manager, Elizabeth Lagone, instead had to ascertain that a series of posts shown during the proceedings would have violated Instagram policies.
THE PRINCE'S INTERVENTION - Prince William chimed in: “No parent should ever have to put up with what the Russell family has been through. They were incredibly brave. Online safety for our children and young people should be a prerequisite, not a secondary consideration.'Source: oggi.it