A 22 year-old-man has been charged under the Malicious Communications Act 1988 for making allegedly posting a grossly offensive common on Facebook about British soldier Lee Rigby.
Youth, parents, teachers, community organisations, and others will learn how they can work together to end bullying in their communities in Canada at a leadership and anti-bullying conference held by the Nova Scotia province this summer.
Cardiff Metropolitan University has become the latest higher education institution to be embroiled in the Wicigate scandal. Edits by its users have included critical remarks about education minister Leighton Andrews.
Swansea University has had one of its computer systems blocked from editing Wikipedia following a series of abusive edits about public figures including Leanne Wood and Russell Deacon.
Amanda Jones, who is standing for the Welsh Liberal Democratic Party, attacked the website of Pontypridd Town Council which she is seeking election to.
The candidates for the Rhondda Ward by-election on Pontypridd Town Council following the death of Pam Harpe have been confirmed.
Accomplished Internet trolling expert, Jonathan Bishop, is set to give a speech on Internet trolling at his local library following the launch of a book by a major publisher.
A girl aged 12 has died following being bullied online in what is believed to have been a suicide.
Liverpool ‘e-vengers’ have threatened to burn-down a recruitment firm following allegations that one of its employees was the Internet troller behind a Twitter account that posted allegedly grossly offensive messages about murdered toddler James Bulger and the Hillsborough disaster for over a year.
Sir John Thomas, president of the Queen’s Bench Division of the High Court in Great Britain has ruled that the publication of images that claim to identify Jon Venables and Robert Thompson, who were convicted of murdering James Bulger look likely to face “substantial” prison sentences.
Internet trolling expert Jonathan Bishop has become the first researcher in the world to have an edited academic reference book dedicated to the topic.
Online encyclopaedia Wikipedia has be challenged over its policies on conflict of interest following the revelations of Welsh politicians editing their own biographies on the platform during the Wicigate saga.
Social media platform Twitter has been accused of libel by Internet trolling law expert Jonathan Bishop following the blocking of his account after a protracted debate on religion and free speech with Ricky Gervais’ followers.
A senior Labour Party official, Darren Williams, has been forced to apologise for trolling in the wake of Margaret Thatcher’s death.
A number of academics on the Critical Labour Studies mailing list in the UK have posted abusive messages following the death of former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.