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The use of the Internet, email, or other electronic communications device to harass and threaten another person, who may, as a result of repeated threats and harassment, have a reasonable fear for his or her safety
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Yes, some of the online abuse has been appalling and wrong.
In the aftermath of the Syria air strikes vote some MPs complained they were subjected a barrage of online abuse and threats of de-selection, with Stop the War among the most strident critics.
NORTH East MPs who voted for air strikes in Syria have spoken out after they were targeted for horrific online abuse.
Goddard has now begun her colossal investigation, which will cover claims of abuse by public figures, abuse in council care and church institutions, online abuse, paedophile gangs, abuse claims linked to Westminster and a number of other issues.
ABU DHABI, Nov 15 (KUNA) -- Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Sheikh Mohammad Al-Khalid Al-Hamad Al-Sabah on Sunday arrived in Abu Dhabi leading a senior delegation to the second international summit on the protection of child against online abuse, 16-17 November.
This will be implemented through completing a survey of parental awareness and using it to share information on how parents can practice simple precaution and safety actions to reduce the risks of online abuse their children could be exposed to.
MADELEINE McCANN'S parents have shut down their Twitter account because of vicious online abuse.
TWO sex offenders are being convicted of child porn crimes every day, two years after a Government pledge to crack down on online abuse images, a charity says.
TWO sex offenders are being convicted of child abuse crimes every day, two years after a government pledge to crack down on online abuse images, a charity says.
Co-organiser Emily Eavis revealed she received online abuse and death threats following the announcement.
A MAESTEG-BASED firm of children's entertainers has defended its role in a heavily-criticised bank holiday family fun day - and has slammed visitors who resorted to online abuse.
So much so that we spent the entire night watching the results roll in, gasped in unison that the exit poll was correct and the spent the next week avoiding the online abuse that comes from admitting you haven't done exactly what was expected.