I feel like someone kicked me in the chest. That’s how my anxiety feels. Anxiety and depression aren’t a joke. Making drama over a joke when it gives those the kick and attention they want, when others have to deal with their demons and trolls. I have to thank Creator support last night for all the emails ensuring me that restrictions against others account are being made, I have to thank the police for ensuring my safety and that any evidence is being used, I have to thank those who’ve supported me and most of all the fans who have send me the nicest of dms.
I’ve always known that YouTube is a messed up place especially as some creators are known for drama even when they get all the likes, interactions and even all the attention. I’ve heard many stories about these people and as much as I could explain, I won’t as the police know and there are consequences which are going to be faced as cyber bullying is actually against the law since the internet laws have changed and people can be prosecuted as in the Protection from Harassment Act 1997 and the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994. As well as the European Data Protection Legislation which is currently issuing laws for cyberbullying, online harassment and identity theft.
As of from now, anyone seen tweeting about me, dming me, making videos about me. Can officially be prosecuted and I will be taking actions in those to do as I have the right to in the human right as Article 10: Freedom of expression, Article 14: Protection from discrimination.
Discrimination which includes the rights of Discrimination can come in one of the following forms:
• direct discrimination – treating someone with a protected characteristic less favourably than others
• indirect discrimination – putting rules or arrangements in place that apply to everyone, but that put someone with a protected characteristic at an unfair disadvantage
• harassment – unwanted behaviour linked to a protected characteristic that violates someone’s dignity or creates an offensive environment for them
• victimisation – treating someone unfairly because they’ve complained about discrimination or harassment.
Most of all, numbers on social media matter as look at this with YouTube play buttons ( 100,000) and those who have 1 millions subscribers who work hard for them and yet “Numbers on any platform should never be a competition” they are for sure. Look at PewDiePie and T-Series, James Charles and Tati and many more YouTube Subscribers wars. Yet this person in their stream beg people for subscribing and after all “If a creator’s priority is having a competition over numbers”.
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