Pixstory, Paris Saint-Germain Féminine to make social media safer

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, Sept 24: To curb toxicity and promote decency in online conversations, ‘Paris Saint-Germain women’s team’ has kicked off the 21/22 season by joining hands with Pixstory.
The partnership is for the next two seasons and the women’s team joined the platform today.
Pixstory has made it their priority to fight the spread of fake news and toxic speech online.
This innovative social network provides users with tools to create visual stories, record podcasts, write powerful narratives and chat calmly with other members of the community.
With Pixstory, the Paris Saint-Germain players will take part in campaigns to fight toxic speech online and to encourage people to be courteous during discussions.
“It was a natural step to join forces with the Paris Saint-Germain women’s team,” announced Dwight Howard, NBA all-star player and one of Pixstory’s early backers.
Appu Esthose Suresh, founder of Pixstory, said, “We want Pixstory to drive change on social media. We wanted a social network without any
likes/dislikes, where integrity is more important than virality.”
Ulrich Ramé, Director of Paris Saint-Germain’s women’s team, announced. “We are delighted to welcome Pixstory into the fold. The club pays close attention to educating young people so that they use social media sensibly. Through our partnership, we are proud to be able to tackle this issue together.”