Home | News | Ofcom and The Alan Turing Institute Mention GoBubble's Success with A-Leagues and Professional Footballers Australia in New Report

We’re honoured to have our successful partnership with A-Leagues and Professional Footballers Australia mentioned in the Ofcom report by The Alan Turing Institute.

The new report analysed more than 2.3 million tweets directed at Premier League footballers over the first five months of the 2021/22 season. It reported findings of hundreds of tweets sent to footballers every day, whilst seven in every ten Premier League players are targeted. 

At GoBubble, we’re proud to be protecting teams, players and communities from online abuse, and promoting a positive and supportive digital experience across their social channels.

Our Emotion AI constantly monitors social media accounts to identify and remove abusive, derogatory, harmful or offensive content in real-time from the feeds of social media accounts. 

If you want to build kinder, more supportive online communities and protect your brand, get in touch with us today.

You can access the full report and findings from Ofcom and The Alan Turing Institute here: https://www.ofcom.org.uk/news-centre/2022/seven-in-ten-premier-league-footballers-face-twitter-abuse?utm_source=linkedin&utm_medium=social