Sky Sports, which also joined the protest, was informed of the case. During its lifetime, Sky Sports will not post any sports content to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Snapchat and TikTok. Only the TV channel and the Sky website will work. TalkSPORT and BT Sport will work similarly.

According to the information provided, the province will also participate in, inter alia, the aforementioned Premier League as well as the English Football League, European Football Association, the Women’s Premier League and the FA Women’s Championship. There will also be Scottish Football Associations, representatives of cricket, tennis and rugby.

As we read, Sky Sports, along with partners involved in football, cricket and other sports, encourages social media companies to take further measures to eliminate online hate and make social media a place where sports fans can discuss, discuss and follow the best sports events without discrimination. Or offense.

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