Teacher Patricia Ellen Cone says husband Robert Gerald Hawke’s cyber-libel campaign has nothing to do with her

Patricia Ellen Cone (aka Pat Cone) is a teacher for the Learning Disabilities Association of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. She was previously a teacher at Hafford Central School in Hafford, Saskatchewan. Robert Gerald Hawke (aka R. Gerry Hawke) says he is a truck driver and cooking utensils expert in Saskatoon.

Saskatoon truck driver R. Gerry Hawke threatens further defamation and returns to cyberbullying group

Truck driver R. Gerry Hawke has been engaged in a cyberlibel campaign against computing researchers, threatening further defamation and returning to cyberbullying group Kiwi Farms multiple times to try to get the computing researchers bullied by the trolls there.

Saskatoon truck driver R. Gerry Hawke back on cyberbullying forum

R. Gerry Hawke (also known as Gerry Hawke, Robert Gerald Hawke, Robert Hawke, and R. G. Hawke) went back onto the cyberbullying forum Kiwifarms on 19 November 2016 and 21 November 2016 with the aim of getting computing researchers cyberbullied by the malicious people there.

Saskatoon truck driver R. Gerry Hawke refuses to ameliorate damages from cyberlibel campaign

R. Gerry Hawke (also known as Gerry Hawke, Robert Gerald Hawke, Robert Hawke, and R. G. Hawke) has refused to identify the recipients of his libelous emails, pay damages for his cyberlibel campaign, delete his libelous postings on Kiwifarms, identify the sources of his libelous information, and correct the defamatory information.

CPS publishes new social media guidance and launches Hate Crime consultation

New Crown Prosecution Service guidance has set out the range of offences for which social media users could face prosecution. The guidance will be used to inform decisions on whether criminal charges should be pursued. Released during Hate Crime Awareness Week, it has also been updated in order to help prosecutors identify and effectively prosecute hate crime on social media.

Director of Public Prosecutions issues new social media guidance

The Director of Public Prosecutions, Alison Saunders, has launched new guidance on the prosecution of offences involving social media. The revised guidelines cover cases where offenders set up fake profiles in the names of others, as well as advising prosecutors on the use of social media in new offences, such as revenge pornography and controlling or coercive behaviour in an intimate or family relationship.