The PR Show: 'If they can remove swastikas from tombstones in a day, social media has no excuse'

Industry leaders have hit out at social-media platforms' delayed response to Wiley’s antisemitic posting spree and shared deeply moving accounts of antisemitism's impact on their daily lives, including in the workplace. They believe the PR industry can help tackle the issue.

by Arvind Hickman
Antisemitic attacks on tombstones are sometimes tackled more efficiently than on social media (Photo: Getty Images)
Antisemitic attacks on tombstones are sometimes tackled more efficiently than on social media (Photo: Getty Images)

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