Though the communities themselves tend to be relatively small—even big ones have only about , members—their impact is felt across the web. They incubate predator trolls, they foment harassment campaigns, and, as the Toronto van attack proved, they can inspire real-world violence. Still, neither scientists nor platform policy makers know much about them—how they arrive at their beliefs or how they spread them. Misogyny online is more felt than understood. A growing cohort of researchers—many of them women—are attempting to change that. According to other researchers, the data, based on 6 million posts made over seven years, will be crucial to the field. The most salient findings will be a sanity check for many women who spend time online.
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