YouTube 'Incentivizing' Meghan Markle Trolls to Produce Hate Videos—Data Analyst

Meghan Markle trolls are earning thousands via YouTube advertising, which then acts as an incentive to "continue creating more hate-filled content," a data analyst has told Newsweek. More >>

Newsweek (Dec 16, 2021)

Meghan Markle Troll Makes Over $3k a Month Trashing Her on YouTube

A Meghan Markle YouTube troll makes an estimated $3,300 a month providing regular hate videos to 45,000 subscribers, a screenshot from one video appears to reveal. More >>

Newsweek (Dec 16, 2021)

Meghan Markle Twitter Troll Posed as Black Woman—Data Analyst

Now founder Christopher Bouzy has accused one account of "blackfishing"—a phenomenon where social media users pretend to be people of color using anonymous profiles. More >>

Newsweek (Nov 22, 2021)

Prince Harry Accused The UK Press Of Amplifying Twitter Trolls And Hate Accounts

Twitter analytic service Bot Sentinel released data on Tuesday showing how a number of “royal experts,” who often appear in print and on television programs commenting on the royal family, have amplified accounts dedicated to making anti-Sussex posts. Last month, Bot Sentinel reported that a concentrated set of Twitter users drive 70% of the hate content targeting the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. More >>

BuzzFeed News (Nov 10, 2021)

Mainstream royal pundits amplify coordinated hate campaign against Meghan Markle

New analysis from Bot Sentinel reveals harassment and disinformation about Harry and Meghan have been amplified to mainstream by royal reporters and pundits. More >>

TheGrio (Nov 09, 2021)

Racial Justice Org Criticizes Twitter's Lack Of Response To Meghan Markle Harassment

Twitter analytics company Bot Sentinel released a report two weeks ago that found that a small number of Twitter users organized and amplified attacks against the Duchess of Sussex. More >>

HuffPost (Nov 09, 2021)

YouTube Profits from Meghan Markle Troll Accounts' Network of Hate

The revelations come after data analysis agency Bot Sentinel identified a network of 83 accounts the company said were part of a coordinated hate campaign against Meghan. Founder Christopher Bouzy referred Newsweek to the HG Tudor YouTube channel and added: "It's being monetized." More >>

Newsweek (Oct 28, 2021)

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Were Seemingly Targets of a Coordinated Twitter Hate Campaign

The Duke of Sussex, 37, and his wife, 40, were the subjects of focused negative Twitter activity, per analysis by the platform Bot Sentinel. The company, which tracks the activity of fake social media accounts, released their findings in a report published on Tuesday, October 26. More >>

US Weekly (Oct 28, 2021)

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, was target of organized hate campaign on Twitter, report says

Now, a report released Tuesday by Twitter analytics provider Bot Sentinel indicates Meghan and her husband, Prince Harry, were the target of a coordinated hate campaign on that platform, bolstering the couple’s claim of widespread harassment. More >>

The Washington Post (Oct 27, 2021)

Organized campaign targeted Harry and Meghan on Twitter: report

Harry and meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, were targeted for an organized hate campaign on Twitter, according to a report released by a Twitter analytics provider. More >>

The Hill (Oct 27, 2021)