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Meghan Markle’s Online Trolls Have Become Obsessed With Weird and False Theories

Meghan has long been a target for trolls and virulent online abuse, and last year the data analytics firm Bot Sentinel pointed out that about 70% of the abuse came from only 83 single-topic anti-Sussex accounts. More >>

Vanity Fair (Mar 14, 2022)

Cardi B wants to 'chat' with Meghan Markle after court verdict reminds public of online hate duchess endured

Just last week, Bot Sentinel published a report about the "coordinated hate campaign targeting Harry and Meghan." The 53-page report covers Twitter conversations, single-purpose accounts, manipulating hashtags and Amazon reviews, and other methods of hate campaigns against the royal couple, including targets against women of color. More >>

Fox News (Jan 26, 2022)

Anti-Meghan Markle YouTube channels raked in £2.8 million over hate content

In a research conducted by Bot Sentinel, a data analytics service, it was reported that three anti-Meghan YouTube channels managed to accumulate a total of 497 million views which also translated into millions of pounds in revenue. More >>

Geo News (Jan 21, 2022)

Meghan and Harry targeted by 'money-making hate campaign', new study finds

A new report by an anti-trolling group has claimed that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been the subject of a money-making hate campaign by a group of 'mostly women' More >>

Daily Star (Jan 21, 2022)

Yes, Meghan Markle Is The Victim Of A Coordinated (And Lucrative) Online Attack Campaign, Report Says

That malaise continues into the present day, as the final report in a series of three by data analytics service Bot Sentinel, published on January 18, claims that Meghan was (and is) the victim of a targeted “hate-for-profit enterprise.” More >>

ELLE (Jan 19, 2022)

Meghan Markle And Prince Harry Allegedly Targeted By ‘Co-ordinated Hate Campaign,’ Spreading ‘Disinformation’ And Circulating ‘Conspiracy Theories’ Online, Report Finds

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have allegedly been the victims of a “monetized hate campaign” online, a new report from Bot Sentinel has found. More >>

ET Canada (Jan 19, 2022)

Meghan Markle troll sparks outrage after comparing Princess Diana's lover to ape

Yankee Wally’s video was exposed by Christopher Bouzy, founder of Bot Sentinel, who has been investigating Meghan hate accounts on Twitter and YouTube. Details of the video’s content were shared on Twitter by Jack Royston, royal correspondent for Newsweek and caused outrage among royal watchers. More >>

Daily Express (Jan 18, 2022)

Meghan Markle Troll Accounts Have 'Monetized Hatred' and Circulated 'Conspiracy Theories,' Report Finds

Data analytics service Bot Sentinel released a third and final report on Tuesday regarding the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, this time on how "single-purpose hate accounts have turned targeted harassment and coordinated hate campaigns into a lucrative hate-for-profit enterprise." More >>

People (Jan 18, 2022)

Meghan Markle Troll Compared Princess Diana's Middle Eastern Boyfriend to Ape

The YouTube comment was exposed by Christopher Bouzy, founder of Bot Sentinel, who has been investigating Meghan hate accounts on Twitter and YouTube. More >>

Newsweek (Jan 18, 2022)

Meghan Markle Trolls Turned Hate Into Estimated $3.5M Industry on YouTube

Meghan Markle was the target of a monetized hate campaign by 25 YouTube channels that earned an estimated $3.5 million from ad revenue, according to a data analysis agency. The three most successful YouTube accounts trolling the Duchess of Sussex have earned around $494,729 over the duration of their existence, a report by Bot Sentinel calculated. More >>

Newsweek (Jan 18, 2022)