Experts are debating the origin and impact of the believed to be English Ji’hadist, called ‘John,’ who beheaded journalist James Foley. Prof Paul Kerswill is […]
Today Ask.com, the leading brand for online questions and answers and an operating business of IAC, announced it acquired Ask.fm, the world’s largest Q&A social […]
The talkSPORT radio presenter Alan Brazil has come under fire by Twitter users for his untimely comments on Robin Williams, who it has been confirmed committed suicide.
Llanrumney councillor, Keith Jones, has been cleared of allegations made against him about his conduct on social media by the Public Service Ombudsman for Wales.
A House of Lords inquiry in relation to the statutory and common law offences that can be used to prosecute offences arising out of social […]
Pop star Jessie J gave her support to North Yorkshire Police’s Anti-Bullying Campaign when she performed at the Scarborough Open Air Theatre on Wednesday 25 June 2014.
John Cooper QC, who gave evidence on Internet trolling laws to the House of Lords Communications Committee, has it wrong on the legal situation. That […]
There are already enough laws to deal with the problem of porn revenge – that is the message of a Cyberlaw expert to politicians like Maria Miller he says are simply being opportunist.
Conservative MP, Michael Fabricant, has apologised following sending a offensive and menacing tweet to Yasmin Alibhai-Brown saying that if he appeared on a discussion TV programme […]
Tougher trolling laws are needed. That is the opinion of Angie Bray, the Conservative MP for Ealing Central and Acton, who has had an amendment to the Criminal Justice and Courts Bill accepted by Parliament.
Women are more likely to troll other women. That is the message of Natasha Devon, whose experience with Twitter was not what she expected. Natasha […]
Harry Potter author JK Rowling has donated £1m to the ‘BetterTogether’ campaign that is opposed to Scotland being an independent country. However, Rowling was trolled […]
The Shadow International Development Secretary for the Labour Coalition in the UK Parliament has been caught up in a row over a politically sensitive Twitter […]
Ann Maguire troll Robert Riley has been sentenced 4 weeks in prison at Swansea Magistrates for the posting of the identity of the 15-year-old believed to be responsible for the killing of Spanish teacher as well as other grossly offensive messages. Internet trolling expert Jonathan Bishop says the sentence did not reflect the magnitude and frequency of the crimes on the Trolling Magnitude Scale.