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Old 07-03-2024, 09:59   #376
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Old 08-03-2024, 03:52   #377
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The first item looks at how trolling is not necessarily done by people, but bots who are organised so as to spread misinformation:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m001wqdk
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Old 11-03-2024, 21:07   #378
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Alexander Mccartney from NI whose online behavior led to the victim committing suicide has been found guilty of manslaughter.

He knew he was upsetting her and was asked to stop, but chose to continue.

Sentencing will be in May.
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Old 11-03-2024, 21:53   #379
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Alexander Mccartney from NI whose online behavior led to the victim committing suicide has been found guilty of manslaughter.

He knew he was upsetting her and was asked to stop, but chose to continue.

Sentencing will be in May.
A little more context to this... To say 'he knew he was upsetting her' makes it sound like your typical online moron but this person was anything but.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-68525233
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Old 12-03-2024, 01:59   #380
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Yes, he was vile.

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Just watching Accused: The Hampstead Paedophile Hoax.

A woman was sent to prison for 9 years for trolling This is the longest sentence that i've ever come across for this type of offence.
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Old 12-03-2024, 08:40   #381
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Yes, he was vile.

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Just watching Accused: The Hampstead Paedophile Hoax.

A woman was sent to prison for 9 years for trolling This is the longest sentence that i've ever come across for this type of offence.
Far, far more than trolling:

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It begins in 2015, when a video is posted on social media of a nine-year-old girl, “Abigail”, and her eight-year-old brother “Joseph” claiming that a group of parents at their school were making them and their classmates “do sex” and adding details that are absolutely chilling to hear come out of children’s mouths. They say that this takes place in a big church nearby and – though they don’t use the term – what we would understand to be satanic rituals are involved.

The police investigate. It is found that the video was taken by the children’s mother, Ella Draper, who is involved in a bitter custody battle with the children’s father and who recently learned that there had been concerns raised at the school about her parenting, and her new boyfriend Abraham Christie while they were on holiday. Christie is a convicted criminal with links to conspiracy groups obsessed with the existence of child-killing, organ-harvesting satanists. The police carry out interviews at the school, search the church and school for evidence and find nothing. The case, for them, is closed.
McNeill, who was sentenced for nine years, is the legal adviser to Ella Draper
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McNeill begins a campaign of harassment against the parents that will eventually see her given a precedent-setting nine-year jail sentence. One of her first acts is to post online a full list of the details of everyone supposedly involved in the abuse – including all the children’s real names and addresses, the sex acts perpetrated against them and whether or not they “liked sex” or had to be drugged. To the death threats, abuse and kidnap plans are now added emails from paedophiles directly to the parents, asking to meet their children. Protesters begin gathering at the school and handing out leaflets around Hampstead.
https://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-r...le-hoax-review

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Far, far more than trolling:

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McNeill, who was sentenced for nine years, is the legal adviser to Ella Draper


https://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-r...le-hoax-review
Thanks, that explains why it was such a long sentence.

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Denise Polichi(sp) is described as possibly the most experienced content moderator in the world:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m001x4q5

She says that people don't realise how
hard her job is because context is always key and that's often missing online. She goes on to say that the job isn't just technically difficult, it's psychologically draining too because it changes people.

"I have seen a lot of things that nobody should ever, ever have to see. There's a lot of looking at the absolute worst things that people can do to each other. Just the day in, day out grind of people being terrible to each other. It permanently injured my sense of empathy for other people".
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Denise Polichi(sp) is described as possibly the most experienced content moderator in the world:
Right .....

Has she been doing it for 26 years ? I have.
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Right .....

Has she been doing it for 26 years ? I have.
And I'm sure this also applies to you too....

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I have seen a lot of things that nobody should ever, ever have to see. There's a lot of looking at the absolute worst things that people can do to each other. Just the day in, day out grind of people being terrible to each other. It permanently injured my sense of empathy for other people".
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CF has never been that extreme, but we have seen our fair share of ärsehōles down the years …
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Old 13-03-2024, 23:21   #386
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Right .....

Has she been doing it for 26 years ? I have.
It didn't say how long she had been doing it for, just that she moderated on one of the very first social networking sites

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CF has never been that extreme, but we have seen our fair share of ärsehōles down the years …
Indeed. When Musk bought Twitter he sacked a load of (outsourced) moderators. They said that they felt badly treated because some of the things that they were exposed to were so awful that they gave them PTSD.

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Violent online content ‘unavoidable’ for UK children, Ofcom finds.

https://www.theguardian.com/technolo...en-ofcom-finds

Well that’s a bit of a spanner in the works.
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Another person is now going to sue Joey Barton as well as Ani Aluko

Jeremy Vine is to take legal action after being called a 'bike nonce' and suggestions that he has paedophilic tendencies:

https://uk.news.yahoo.com/jeremy-vin...xXWi4IE-pKmrGf

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Violent online content ‘unavoidable’ for UK children, Ofcom finds.

https://www.theguardian.com/technolo...en-ofcom-finds

Well that’s a bit of a spanner in the works.
They've been carrying out research with regards to children to see what needs dealing with first.
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We had the video nasties of the 80s, the violent games of the 90s+ and now it's the internet. I don't think anything is going to happen some how. Probably a case of just accepting it and educate the facts. Somethings you just can't control and the internet is one, even with the best intentions.

There are 66.11 million internet users in the UK but a few are affected due to content. Not nice but is the facts.
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