Wikipedia administrator Guy Chapman, known by the pseudonym JzG, has defamed academic publisher IGI Global on his Wikipedia page.
The United Kingdom Government said it plans to introduce laws to make it an offence to post provocative or offensive messages to candidates standing for the UK Parliament. Experts are divided as to whether it is the right decision.
United States Attorney Christopher C. Myers announced that on 12 March 2018, Chief United States District Judge Daniel L. Hovland sentenced Ashley Marie Moore, 29, Minot, ND, on charges of Sexual Exploitation of a Child and Distribution of Images Depicting the Sexual Exploitation of Children.
Hawke Masonry Services says it isn’t interested in the illegal acts of cyber-libel by Robert Gerald Hawke (also known as R. Gerry Hawke) of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Open calls have been issued to family, friends, relatives, and in-laws of Robert Gerald Hawke (also known as R. Gerry Hawke) to intervene to stop his defamation campaign.
A Cardiff man has been cleared of inciting a child to engage in sexual activity plus three counts of arranging the commission of a child sex offence.
Charlene Baxter, also known as Charlene Cole, aged 29 and of Allenby Road in Southall, Middlesex, pleaded guilty at Bournemouth Crown Court on Friday 22 September 2017 to child abduction, sexual activity with a child and meeting a child following sexual grooming.
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.
Between 2012 and 2016, Emily Timms, of Parker Close, Crawley, posed as a man to pursue sexual relationships with children on the internet and has been jailed for three years.
Brixton residents, who set up the Brixton Green community benefit society in order that the community could be at the forefront of the redevelopment of Somerleyton Road, have found themselves under attack from rogue webmaster, Mike Slocombe.
A woman has been convicted of being part of a romance fraud which tricked seven men into handing over more than £100,000. Grace Akintaro, 24, of Pettacre Close, South East London, pleaded guilty to seven counts of fraud by false representation at Woolwich Crown Court on Monday, 12 June 2017.
A Des Moines Woman has been sentenced to 16 months in prison for a Nigerian email scheme. Victoria Lovan, age 67, of Des Moines, Iowa, appeared before Chief United States District Court Judge John A. Jarvey and was convicted of charges relating to a Nigerian email scam.
TV personality Rory McGrath has been convicted of stalking following changing his plea of not guilty in November 2016 to guilty in January 2017. A cyber-stalking expert says it is a tragic situation that McGrath finds himself in.
Notorious cyberbully Joshua Conner Moon has shut down his website, Kiwi Farms, following the sacking of his mother, Candy Potter, by Keller Williams Realty.
Candy Potter (also known as Candice Lynn Potter and Candice Potter), a Keller Williams Realty agent in Pensacola, Florida, has been found to be a member of Kiwi Farms, a notorious hate group and cyberbullying website.
An Internet trolling and cyberstalking expert has said the sacking of Harry Arter for posting an offensive message about Harry Arter on Twitter was “unfair.”
Keller Williams Realty and Jeffrey Adamson have refused to sanction Candy Potter for funding Joshua Conner Moon, the operator of cyberbullying and hate website Kiwi Farms.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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. R. Gerry Hawke had already sent cyber-libel to a news website and others. Now Gerry Hawke has struck again.
Robert Gerald Hawke, a truck driver in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, has sent a series of defamatory statements including false criminal allegations about a civil rights activist to a news website and others.
South Wales academic, Dr Martin Graff, has said that Internet trolling needs to be approached from the premise that it is a 24 hour problem.
Internet crimes like phishing, spamming, cyber terrorism, cyber bullying, online identity theft and cyber stalking have been constant concerns on the United States’s Defense Department’s agenda. Sextortion is a major concern.
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.
The boss of British soccer team Newcastle United, Rafael Benitez, has told goal keeper Matz Sels to ignore the social media trolls who abused him after Saturday’s Sky Bet Championship draw at Aston Villa.
BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, is calling all 7-19 year old students across UK schools and colleges to enter the BCS e-safety award, part of Animation17. The annual animation competition, now in its tenth year, is run by Manchester University.
The most recent web host for the KiwiFarms website, Frantech Solutions, has be concealing its contact information it has been revealed.
Florida estate agent Candice Lynn Potter has defended her son, Joshua Conner Moon, from one of his harassment victims who doorstepped him to explain how he made them feel.
Joshua Moon, the cyberbully behind the Kiwi Farms website, is facing questions of the legal status of his activities following allegations his websites have been involved in encouraging the suicide of teenagers and celebrating them afterwards using a corporation called Lolcow LLC registered in the State of Florida.
The website of cyberbully Joshua Conner Moon, namely Wiki Farms, has been shutdown by the Montserrat Internet authorities. Joshua Conner Moon hosted his Kiwi Farms website on kiwifar.ms, but has now had his use of the domain revoked.
Farah Dan, also known as Farah Damji, stalked a man and mounted a campaign to destroy his reputation after he spurned her advances and has now been jailed.
The Welsh Government has refused to confirm under which circumstances it is willing to prevent access to student support in terms of Internet trolling carried out by students wishing to claim such funding.
23-year-old Sebastian Bickerton-King has been spared jail, following an ordeal where he was lied to by his girlfriend that she was at the age of consent, when she was actually 15.
Child rights activist Samuel Collingwood Smith has received $13,000 in compensation, following being falsely accused of paedophillia.
The Welsh Assembly member for Rhondda, Leanne Wood, has benefited from the proven benevolent sexism at South Wales Police, amounting to what an expert calls ‘female privilege’ following the news of the conviction of popular DJ Dave Begley.
Child protection concerns have been raised over the launch of Pokémon GO. Experts have said that whilst on the face of it the Pokemon GO can be fun, there are risks that might not have been intended.
Citizen journalism is often seen as a more democratic form of journalism, where the public contributes to the reporting, analysis and dissemination of news. Sociologist and criminologist Agneta Mallen at Lund University in Sweden has studied the phenomenon and shown some of its downsides, including how it sometimes leads to outright cyber bullying.
The number of websites allowing patients to post reviews of the care they receive from their GP practices is increasing. But doctors say that many reviews are unfairly negative and even abusive, with GPs often unable to respond to anonymous reviewers.
The London Metropolitan Police have been criticised for being institutionally sexist and racist, following being forced to drop a prosecution against a Caucasian man, who was arrested and charged following being outspoken on Twitter against a muslim woman.
The conviction of Jason Lawrance for raping 5 women he met on the match.com e-dating website is part of a six-fold increase, the National Crime Agency has said.
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.
Donald Trump is facing calls to be banned from the UK, as claims of fascist behaviour at his rallies dog the US Presidential candidate hopeful’s campaign.
Jonathan Bishop’s campaign for cyberbullying in schools to be monitored separately from other forms of bullying has been successful with UK Government guidance requiring the policy to be implemented by schools in England.
Ramyar Chavoshinejad has been cleared by allegations from Ruth Banks that he stalked her while working for Aberdeen University.
Stella Creasy MP and Ben Bradshaw MP, both UK Members of Parliament known for being against Internet trolling, have been among those most affected by online scrutiny, following voting in favour of military action in Syria.