A cry from the heart of Prince Harry to social media leaders

A cry from the heart of Prince Harry to social media leaders

Prince Harry has had enough of hatred on social media and calls on social media to reform their platforms in an article published in his name in tech magazine Fast Company on Saturday

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Harry calls on Facebook, Instagram and other Twitters around the world to take action

“We have a chance to do better and to remake the digital world. This reshaping must include industry leaders from all sectors to draw a line in the sand to limit unacceptable practices online, ”he wrote, adding that,“ sadly, our faith in [compassion, confidence and well-being of individuals and communities] seems to diverge from what is really experienced by people on social networks ”.

Harry has revealed that he and his wife Meghan Markle have started calling on influential figures in business, marketing and large multinationals to reconsider their financial role in what he calls « contributing … conditions favorable to the creation of a crisis of hatred, health and truth ”.

Harry and Meghan have had several run-ins over the past few months. In July, they lodged a complaint in Los Angeles against one or more paparazzi they accuse of having unwittingly photographed their young son Archie in their garden, AFP learned from their lawyer.

Markle also recently called on the British courts to ban the publication of the names of five friends who had defended her in the face of attacks targeting her in British gossip magazines.

In May, it was reported that Markle was believed to be convinced that a royal « conspiracy » had been set up against her after her marriage to Prince Harry. According to what a relative told the Sunday Times, the Duchess has always felt like an « outcast » within the British royal family.

Markle is « certain » that some royal courtiers « were working » against her, to make her look bad in the eyes of the public

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