It isn't the first time this side of social media has come to light. The photo-sharing app now used as a 'meat market', if you like. Writing for British Vogue , she said a man, Patrick, had asked if she was available as an escort. But in this instance, I was not sexually available to Patrick. Some men are exhibiting worrying thought processes. Celebrity agent Rob Cooper proposed a remedy. He told the BBC social media platforms should ensure accounts can quickly be traced to a person by making users upload personal details like a passport or national insurance number. Clarson was also asked to sign a non-disclosure agreement. Tackling the issue is more difficult than it seems.
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