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.”
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
Twitter has honoured its pledge to tackle racial hatred by shutting down the account of notorious cyber-bully Joshua Conner Moon.
United Kingdom Member of Parliament, Maria Miller, is calling for significant reform of the way social media is regulated in the country. She states that Twitter, Google, Facebook, Instragram and others need to be held to account for the way they are operating within the UK.
Instagram, the photograph sharing service, is trying to pass responsibility for its alleged breaches of the law onto its users.
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.
Mark Jury of Llangattock in the Brecon Beacons has been convicted for the stalking of Kristine Carlson and Kenna Carlson, including for comments posted to Twitter.
Alternate MP, Fiona Mactaggart, has called for other Labour women MPs to rally around fellow alternate, Jess Phillips MP, following her being targeted by Internet trolls.
Former England football star, Paul Gascoigne, has been convicted for trolling ex-girlfriend Amanda Thomas by text and on Twitter, and assaulting a paparazzi photographer.