A 25-year-old man has been arrested for trolling, following a tweet that made a non-credible threat about unpopular Member of Parliament, Anna Soubry
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Truck driver R. Gerry Hawke (also known as Gerry Hawke, Robert Gerald Hawke, Robert Hawke, and R. G. Hawke) has falsely accused a human-computer interaction researcher of plagiarism.
Alison McCook, a journalist for the Retraction Watch website, has been found to have had an article for Nature corrected.
Shannon Palus, a journalist for the Retraction Watch website, accused classmates of “cheating” while at university and criticised examiners for not finding her work “interesting.”
Ivan Oransky, a Distinguished Writer In Residence from the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute at New York University, has expressed his concern at the lack of availability of bras for Black women in America.
Twitter has honoured its pledge to tackle racial hatred by shutting down the account of notorious cyber-bully Joshua Conner Moon.
British Royal, Harry Wales, has called upon so-called Internet trolls to stop their attacks on his feminist girlfriend, Meghan Markle.
The CheckAdSenseBan.com website has reported that the cyberbullying websites of notorious troll, Joshua Conner Moon, have been delisted from Google AdSense.
Robert Gerald Hawke, a truck driver from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, has continued his cyber-libel rampage against computing researchers. Called Badgeless on Kiwifarms.net, R. Gerry Hawke had already sent cyber-libel to a news website and others. Now Gerry Hawke has struck again.