I was lucky—well, lucky enough.
On Oct 13, 2014 by J.E. Reich
Dutch prosecutors have filed five charges against an unnamed 35-year-old man.
On Apr 18, 2014 by Cooper Fleishman
#OpJustice4Rehtaeh released the identities of 19 people in a Facebook group supporting the alleged rapists of teen suicide victim Rehtaeh Parsons.
On Apr 25, 2013 by Lorraine Murphy
Is Audrie Pott's suicide the result of a new kind of public shaming and persecution that's here to stay?
On Apr 18, 2013 by Janet Kornblum
Maybe—if Canadian officials had followed through with it.
On Apr 16, 2013 by Kevin Morris
Earlier today, premier Darrell Dexter announced he’d appointed a cabinet minister to oversee the government’s response to Parsons's death.
On Apr 11, 2013 by Kevin Morris
Who will be the next Rehtaeh Parsons? And is the Internet making things worse, or better, or both?
On Apr 11, 2013 by Nicholas White
Anonymous may soon release the names of four teenagers who allegedly raped 15-year-old Rehtaeh Parsons in 2011.
On Apr 10, 2013 by Kevin Morris
Rehtaeh Parsons was a victim of a vicious campaign of harassment and shaming by her classmates. Schools and police were either hopelessly ignorant or indifferent.
Thanks to Amanda Todd, we know this story all too well: Sexual abuse leads to online harassment, and as the police drag their feet, a teenage girl ends her life.
On Apr 9, 2013 by Kevin Morris
This week, Smith sends a sad farewell to BlogTV and talks about what its sale to YouNow means for the business.
On Mar 20, 2013 by [email protected]
Singapore police reported more than 50 cases in 2012 in which male subjects were coerced into stripping for a Web camera, only to have their actions used against them.
On Feb 18, 2013 by Fernando Alfonso III