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One would be tempted to agree with this comment but there is an elephant in the room. Over months, we have witnessed some awful comments within these very pages. Apparently random people being accused of horrendous wrongdoing by what appears to be the same person again and again. Surely there can't appear to be such a set of double standards being applied when the publication is quite happy to criticise one the one hand, yet appear powerless to prevent one person from constantly rejoining the site so many Nike Air More Uptempo Hoop Pack
Easier said than done. Just think how distressing they must have been for the victim, particularly if they had come to the attention of the youngster, which can easily happen through mischief or by accident through school friends.
And (naturally) the victim did not know who was behind the abuse, since the courageous Blackwood set up a false identity on Facebook to dish out his bile.
Maybe it is unfair to think of Facebook and the like as a monster which has been unleashed from its cage the benefits which social media has brought means it is here to stay.
Dale Blackwood unleashed a hate campaign against a man he met at Wilmorton College fully 17 years ago.
We don't pretend to know the answer to this problem but then we didn't invent the facility.
It is becoming more common for cases like this to be brought to justice. While the Law has not really kept up with technological advances (yes, it takes years to sort even the most basic amendments), their are other avenues down which investigations can go in order to achieve a good result.
Abusers of social media should get long ban
But it is still being misused and often abused on a huge scale, far more than anybody should be comfortable with.
The damage, though, has generally been done.
You might argue that such insults are the product of a tiny mind and therefore should be pitied and shrugged off.
It involved sustained foul racist and personal abuse.
The responsibility lies fairly and squarely with those who profit from its existence profit without responsibility is not acceptable.
The extent of his punishment was feeble. He was ordered to pay compensation and was banned indefinitely from making any contact with the victim, including through the internet. He must also pay a Government surcharge.
It would have been incredibly na if it was thought such a global facility was not wide open to abuse.
The latest example of this emerged in a case before Derby magistrates.
times, throwing accusation after accusation at people who appear to disagree with their point of view. We've seen the police mentioned what must be hundreds of times, lawsuits against the Telegraph and it still continues. Racially aggravated statements, libellous comments and aboveall, some very nasty threats to a couple of posters. It does beg the question whether the Telegraph has actually got the ability to stop this or not?
SURELY the biggest problem caused by the explosion of social media has been the ease with which it can be abused usually to the detriment of innocent individuals.
After the victim had posted a picture of his child on his Facebook site, Blackwood accused him of not being the father and then of kidnapping the youngster.
The punishment for this character was obviously pathetic, if compared to that of a written communication from one person (the harasser) to the other (the harassed). The anonymity of cyberspace affords certain characters the opportunity to, let's say, misbehave themselves. Much of what goes on is what I like to call "WUMmery" (WUM=Wind Up Merchant), which, when taken in context, is in the main, quite amusing. The more sinister side of online life however, can lead some people to a very dark place indeed. Trolling (simply acting like an idiot) is what I believe to be the second stage of this downward spiral toward hate mongering and abuse of innocent people. Unfortunately, there are too many silent victims of this behaviour and they are the ones most likely to suffer as a result of it. Some, however, have the courage of their own conviction to take on the abuse head on. It may take time to obtain results, but perseverance is key to achieving a result against someone who Nike Air Vis Zoom Uptempo is prepared to blight others with their spite, hatred and discriminatory words.
We are always assured that policing of it does take place and that offensive material is removed as quickly as possible after it has been reported and investigated.
them to deter others.
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The very first sanction which should have been imposed on Blackwood should have been a total ban on his use of social media, either for life or at least for several years.
Eventually, the fictitious account was traced to Blackwood and he finished up before the magistrates.
A line of dialogue from Jurassic Park comes to mind: "Your scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could, that they didn't stop to think if they should."
The reason? The victim had allegedly "disrespected" him a couple of years earlier.
When the perpetrators come to light, the courts need to make a high profile example of Nike Air More Uptempo Qs Chi
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