One in five players at Women's World Cup abused online

Updated December 12 2023 - 7:30am, first published 7:25am
United States players suffered online abuse after the team's early Women's World Cup exit. (AP PHOTO)
United States players suffered online abuse after the team's early Women's World Cup exit. (AP PHOTO)

One in five players were the target of online abuse during the 2023 Women's World Cup, while a package of social media protection tools hid nearly 117,000 comments.

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