Teacher Mary Beth Haglin, who worked at Washington High School in Cedar Rapids in Iowa, has been sentenced to 360 days in jail, after admitting sleeping with a pupil “hundreds of times” following grooming him with selfies.
The jailing of an Internet troll for making woman Labour MP Luciana Berger feel “great fear and anguish” has called into question the Labour Party’s policy of using all-women shortlists to increase the representation of women in the United Kingdom Parliament.
Doctor Mike Reddy of the University of South Wales has appeared in court to face allegations he was negligent in his assessment of a student’s applications to be admitted to the degree of Doctor of Philosophy at the institution.
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.”
Zac Langley, formerly known as Andrew Penfold, 38 and of Poole, pleaded guilty at Bournemouth Crown Court on Friday 23 September 2016 to 15 counts of committing fraud by false representation and breaches of his Serious Crime Prevention Order. He was sentenced today, Monday 14 November 2016, at the same court, for his actions which involved online dating websites.
It’s the standard advice for prospective students who are considering law school because they don’t know what to do with their lives. Don’t do it, the advice goes. Opt for a different career. Justice Elena Kagan speaks about the importance of serendipity.
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.
Students and scholars in Syria and many other parts of the world have been abruptly cut off from educa-tional opportunities by war, persecution, and violence engulfing their homes. More than 57 million children worldwide do not have access to school, and current conflicts and refugee crises hitting school and university-aged youth particularly hard.
Sherroll Foster, 65 of Hillingdon Hill, Uxbridge pleaded guilty to money laundering after being targeted by romance scammers.