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No scoop here: Harassment and bullying is all over the internet, with the LGBTQ community, religious minorities, racial minorities and women targeted the most.
The big picture: New polling from the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) finds the vast majority of people want something to change.
Between the lines: Most of the ADL's recommendations are about making laws for the physical world also cover the virtual one:
What's next: Platforms are trying to combat bullying through better technology, Axios' Sara Fischer tells me.
And Axios’ Ina Fried emails: In addition to ramping up direct enforcement of content that violates their rules, Facebook and Twitter have been experimenting with lower placement for content that is seen as close to, but not over the line with regards to harassment.
The bottom line: Using the internet shouldn't have to be an awful experience for so many people.
The table for one is on the rise, the WSJ reports.