Hate Hatao app to be on Google Play Store from Jan 30, to collect evidence, monitor hate crimes

The Citizens for Justice and Peace (CJP) will be launching Hate Hatao, a new mobile app designed to fight hate, that can be used by anyone with a smartphone. To be made available on the Google Play Store from January 30, 2019, CJP says, it proposes to "revolutionise the way you can actively fight against hate of all kinds."
Hate Hatao will enable it's users to report on instances of hate speech, threats and hate crimes, with appropriate evidence, such as screenshot, video or picture. A CJP statement says, it proposes the complaint to "authorities such as the National Human Rights Commission, Press Council, National Broadcasters Association, Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms or law enforcement agencies."
It adds, "We will also lodge FIRs and pursue the cases in court if necessary. You will then receive real-time updates on the status of your submitted report."

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