A group of cyber-security experts is urging companies to set up a way for people to report their workers behaving abusively online.
A number of companies have already signed up, two of Respect in Security’s founders say.
The initiative launched on Thursday.
Lisa Forte, of Red Goat Cyber Security, says she has received unsolicited explicit content from official accounts on LinkedIn and violent threats on Twitter and Instagram.
And they did not come from anonymous accounts.
It says if they can identify who you are they are now going to report you directly to your boss.
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