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Streaming Platform Live.me Encourages Users To Literally Squash Hate With Anti-Bullying Campaign

Live.me is doing its part to combat cyberbullying. The streaming platform has launched a campaign called #SquashTheHate, in which it invites its users to literally squash objects emblazoned with examples of abusive speech. In each #SquashTheHate video, creators write the sort of hateful words that typically appear in internet comments on physical objects. In some cases, the object bearing the abusive speech is an actual squash vegetable, which takes the campaign to a new level of meta.
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