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talkSPORT has said it will not promote the station's or any of its presenters' Twitter accounts because of the site's "apparent lack of support" over the abusive tweets sent to its pundit Stan Collymore.
There will be no mentions of Twitter on air, in its SPORT Magazine or on its digital platforms "until the station feels that Twitter is responding appropriately."
Its chief executive has written to Twitter about their dissatisfaction. In a message posted on the station's site, Scott Taunton said:
The shadow home secretary Yvette Cooper has said Twitter "must get their act together" after football pundit Stan Collymore complained the site should do more to tackle abusive tweets:
Twitter UK has issued a statement about online abuse in the wake of the racism and threats received by former footballer and pundit Stan Collymore on the social network.
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Staffordshire Police have confirmed detectives "are investigating a number of alleged criminal offences in the form of offensive and racist comments made towards Stan Collymore via Twitter."
The former footballer turned pundit has spoken out against the abuse directed at him on the social network.
Football pundit Stan Collymore told ITV News he has not heard from Twitter about his concerns over abuse:
The former footballer said: "Twitter seems to be living its own bubble at the moment. If someone passed me and called me some of the abuse, and some of the threats we've seen in the last 24 hours, they would be arrested. "
Speaking to ITV News, Tom Daley, who was harassed on Twitter, says trolls should just be ignored.
Twitter recommend taking the following actions if users find themeselves the target of abuse on the social networking site:
- If you see or receive an @reply you don’t like, unfollow and end any communication with that user.
Twitter users have been reacting to former England striker Stan Collymore's call for the social networking website to do more to combat racist and other abusive tweets from internet "trolls".
Staffordshire Police have confirmed that they are investigating alleged abusive tweets sent to Stan Collymore on Twitter.
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Former footballer and broadcaster Stan Collymore is calling on Twitter to take action after being bombarded by racist abuse.