New legal guidelines for trolling offences

New legal guidelines for trolling offences 1

 

New legal guidelines suggest that people who abuse others on the internet could face prosecution. The proposals for England & Wales would mean possible court action for people caught creating derogatory hashtags or images or inciting others to harass people online.

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14 Comments on "New legal guidelines for trolling offences"

  1. Every time I see a tax free church I get offended & am reminded America is
    80% full of imaginary sky man supporting male infant genital cutters.

  2. The cossie man... | October 14, 2016 at 12:53 PM | Reply

    This video offends me take it down!!! LOL Don’t take this comment
    seriously.

  3. Millennial Snowflake.

  4. Why are they wasting time on this? This wouldn’t achieve a thing Joe than
    the war on drug and terror. It there is vital area they can launch a
    serious offense against and that is on the reckless financial, advertising
    and political schemes and techniques that are wrecking our social, moral
    and civilize world structures.

  5. we need a first amendment.

  6. Obviously, the MSM should be the first entity prosecuted by this ridiculous
    Idea, Obviously.

  7. Arrest trolls for hate crimes against OAP brexiteers

  8. A tweet has a big impact on her family. Kidding.

  9. about time, people need to be held responsible for what they say and do.

  10. My Puritanical Opinion | October 14, 2016 at 5:40 PM | Reply

    Charlotte is too weak to be on the internet.

  11. My Puritanical Opinion | October 14, 2016 at 5:42 PM | Reply

    Disabled people are whiners usually.

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