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Prince Charles, Camilla determined to ‘silence online abuse’: report

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Ever because the flood of on-line abuse and hate started dropping on high Prince Charles and Camilla, the duo turned ‘desperate’ to silence all of it in any respect prices.

This information was introduced ahead by a PR skilled, Mike Shields. He instructed Categorical, “Where comments have been retweeted or screenshot, you have to remember that the world of social media moves so incredibly fast that comments such as these have a very brief shelf-life.”

“The common ‘life’ of a tweet, which means the time it spends as a brand new remark for everybody to see, is just round 15 or 20 minutes, such is the sheer quantity of posts through Twitter each minute.”

“More than 500 million tweets are sent per day and unless from a high-profile account, rarely go viral as much as they might have a few years ago. The subject of trolling has become ever more prevalent in the past few years as anyone with a connection can make comments, be it from personal accounts or anonymously.”

“With this wave of hateful comments, it’s clear that this is becoming a real problem for high profile individuals such as the royals. The best approach to take in this situation on social media, and what we normally advise clients to do is to not respond directly.”



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