Oct 24, 2017

Teenager's life 'ruined' by Live.me and Twitter 'trolls'

Police forces in England and Wales were asked to provide the data, with 38 out of 43 responding. Victoria went to the police about the malicious communication - defined as sending a letter or electronic communication with intent to cause distress or anxiety - but no arrests were made. Supt Mat Davison said West Yorkshire Police was investigating Victoria's case and new lines of inquiry would be acted on. Essex Police Chief Constable Stephen Kavanagh said the rise in malicious communication was "The tip of the iceberg". The chairman of the Digital Policing Board, which deals with digital crime nationally, said social network providers should do more to protect online users.

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