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Online abuse: 'existing laws too fragmented and don’t serve victims' | UK news | The Guardian
“There are crimes now taking place – the malicious use of intimate photographs for example – which we never would have imagined as an offence when I was a PC in the 80s. It’s not just the nature of it, it is the sheer volume. “The levels of abuse that now take place within the internet are on a level we never really expected. If we did try to deal with all of it we would clearly be swamped.” [...] Earlier in the week, it emerged that the Crown Prosecution Service in England and Wales has turned to Twitter for help as it faces a worrying increase in the use of social media by perpetrators to commit crimes against women and girls, including rape, domestic abuse and blackmail.
revenge  porn  Police  online  abuse  Troll  Trolls  haters  hater  hate  speech  cyber  crime  Privacy  human  rights  blackmail  child  grooming  rape  sexual  assault  sexual  violence  Social  Media  anonymity  domestic  abuse  domestic  violence  stalking  Homophobia  racism 
march 2016 by asterisk2a
BBC: Bericht zum Missbrauchsskandal um Jimmy Savile vorgestellt - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Eine frühere Richterin hat ihren Bericht zum Missbrauchsskandal um den BBC-Moderator Jimmy Savile vorgestellt. Demnach waren die Vorwürfe mehreren Mitarbeitern des Senders bekannt.
BBC  British  Broadcasting  Company  Jimmy  Savile  abuse  of  power  sexual  assault  rape  sexual  violence  sexual  abuse  Westminster  Whitehall  UK  history  child  grooming  Rotherham  Exploitation  Met  Police  Career  Politicians  Establishment  Privileged  Toff 
february 2016 by asterisk2a
Police 'should be neutral' in sex abuse inquiries, says Met head - BBC News
Whitehall / Celebrities / &! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rotherham_child_sexual_exploitation_scandal https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oxford_sex_gang among others. // The NSPCC said it was "deeply disturbed" by the suggested change of police approach to sexual abuse victims. "At a time when people have at long last found the confidence and courage to report these crimes it would be a tragedy to bring this progress to a juddering halt. "Telling those who have been sexually abused they will no longer be automatically believed seems to be a panic measure which could have an adverse effect on a crime the government has classified as a 'national threat.'"
sex  abuse  sexual  abuse  sexual  assault  sexual  violence  rape  threat  rape  Police  Wertegesellschaft  society  Rotherham  grooming  Political  Correctness  Operation  Midland  Met  Police  UK  Gesellschaft 
february 2016 by asterisk2a

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