Doxing and Cyberbullying

Slang for “dropping documents,” doxing (also spelled doxxing) typically occurs when someone collects another’s private personal information, such as a home address, contact information or social security number, and subsequently broadcasts or “outs” that information to the public without permission. Crash Override Network (a task force made up of people…

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No new criminal laws to battle cyberbullying: Fletcher

  There will be no new elected criminal law procurements acquainted with rebuff cyber bullies as a major aspect of the legislature’s arrangements to battle web bulling with the stronghold of the Office of the Children’s E-Safety Commissioner, as stated by Liberal MP Paul Fletcher. Read More…. For more information…

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No Plan for New Criminal Laws to Wardfare Cyberbullying

According to Liberal MP Paul Fletcher There will be no new federal criminal law provisions introduced to punish cyber bullies as part of the government’s plans to combat online bulling with the establishment of the Office of the Children’s E-Safety Commissioner. “We have reached a view based on our consultations…

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Cyberbullying traumatizes youths: child welfare group

Taipei (The China Post/ANN) – While an average adult knows to brush off an insulting comment circulating in the online world, many youths take such negativity personally, and these virtual abuses often emotionally scar them, to the point that 12.1 percent of those being cyberbullied have felt like they no…

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