Tips for Twitch and Youtube streamers: easily moderate your live comments
If you are a frequent Twitch and YouTube user, you may have already used the live stream chat. It’s comment spaces enable you to see your viewer’s reactions in real time, interact with them and make them part of your show.
Is gaming misogynistic ?
“Hi ugly”, “let’s see your cleavage”, “can you bend over?”, "go back to the kitchen”, “Go mop my floor”... When you're a girl and you play online video games, this is the kind of comments you receive pretty much every day. And they often get much more trashy than this.
Protecting football against online hate
There have been racist and homophobic comments found on professional athletes and organizations’ social media accounts following Euro 2020. The problem is not a new one, and most agree that there needs to be a way to stop this activity. Stopping online hate in football is a very difficult issue to solve, but not everyone is aware that there are sensible and viable solutions currently available.
Customized content moderation: one size doesn’t fit all
The strength of a moderation solution comes from its suitability to your organization and your needs. Being able to customize the solution means you can tailor it to match those needs exactly.
A deep-dive into content moderation solutions
It is no secret that online platforms can be hotbeds for hateful and toxic content. There is an ongoing search for the best practices to combat these behaviors, and so it is important to know what solutions are available right now.
Community Managers: Their challenges and how to solve them
Imagine waking up at 3 a.m. to check your phone in case a new crisis needed solving. Imagine sleeping 10 hours a week to make sure you don’t lose clients. Imagine having to read hundreds of toxic comments every week and trying to not let them affect you. Imagine being a community manager.
The economic impact of online hate on businesses
Online hate, toxic content and cyberharassment have been increasingly present in the headlines. While the physical and mental effects on those involved have been addressed more frequently, not every business is aware of the economic impact that comes with online toxicity.
Bodyguard Rewind: a look back at 2020
2020: a year of great change. A year when Bodyguard worked hard to make sure its technology helps as many people as possible. Our team did not choose to sit back but instead, decided to refine our smart & autonomous text moderation solution to deal with the global increase in the use of the Internet due to the pandemic and numerous lockdowns. Let’s look back at Bodyguard's greatest accomplishments in 2020.
Bodyguard Launches Social Media Solution to Protect American Users from Toxic Online Content
Las Vegas, 13th January 2021: Bodyguard - the technology startup that protects users from cyberbullying, hate speech and toxic content online - has announced a major US expansion at CES 2021, in line with its vision of creating a safer web around the world.