It isn’t just the rich and famous who struggle with Facebook and Twitter character assassination. Cher Lloyd has experienced the same level of nastiness as someone who might live next door to you, the programme demonstrated.
Sadly, the BBC also revealed how lazy police forces often ignore perfectly good legislation which can successfully prosecute stalkers, cyberstalkers and cyberbullies, such as the Malicious Communications Act, by obfuscating, claiming the horrendous bullying is a civil matter, or simply not treating this behaviour as a crime. The 30 minute broadcast showed how in one area this behaviour results in prison, and in another, not even a formal warning.
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