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.”
British Royal, Harry Wales, has called upon so-called Internet trolls to stop their attacks on his feminist girlfriend, Meghan Markle.
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.
Mumsnet founder, Justine Roberts, has been the victim of a prank call to the police, who sent a SWAT team to her home.