The day I confronted my troll – Guardian

He drove me off Twitter, hacked my Facebook, and abused and terrified my family. Yet the biggest shock of all was meeting him

via m.guardian.co.uk.

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One thought on “The day I confronted my troll – Guardian

  1. I dont understand instances like this one. If people are allowed to access information like addresses, stuff personal enough to do real damage, then there should be some type of legal reproccusions that can be readily inforced by the police. The fact that he reported it and they did not take the crimes seriously shows the discrepancy between internet rights and real life. To what end can actions like “trolling” and online bullying be ignored and when will there be concrete ways that law can intervene? I am happy he confronted his “troll” but there are cases of online bullying every day all over the country, especially amongst the youth population. They may not be strong enough to face their bullying and if the legal system wont protect them then who will?

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