Online abuse is becoming a huge problem, especially for young people and children, who will venture online sooner or later, and unfortunately, come across a bully
(PRWEB UK) 24 November 2014
According to the article published on BBC News’ official website, dated 29 September 2014: Peter Nunn jailed for Twitter abuse of MP Stella Creasy, a man who was sending abusive and threatening messages to Labor MP Stella Creasy, after she started a campaign with the goal of putting Jane Austen on the £10 note, has been sentenced to 18 weeks in prison. The City of London Magistrates' Court heard Peter Nunn (http://www.thelawpages.com/court-cases/Peter-Nunn-14057-1.law), aged 33, located in Bristol, was found guilty or retweeting posts in which the Walthamstow MP was threatened with rape and branded a witch. He was found guilty by district Judge Elizabeth Roscoe of sending indecent, obscene or menacing messages. She also issued a restraining order, which prevents Nunn from any contact with the MP or feminist Caroline Criado-Perez, who started the entire campaign. Nunn, who is part-time delivery driver, used several different Twitter accounts through which he retweeted threatening messages, and even sent menacing messages to the MP directly.
Mrs Creasy, after she was asked to comment on the hearing, said: "Today's sentence for Peter Nunn is a step forward in recognising the distress and fear online harassment can cause.”
Private Investigators UK (http://www.private-investigators-uk.com/), in light of the article posted by BBC News, emphasized that online harassment and bullying had become extremely commonplace nowadays, and that sometimes, radical action needs to be taken against it. While computers and smartphones are useful, there are people who will abuse to possibilities which modern technology provides us with. It is up to each and every one of you to protect yourself. Private Investigators UK PC and phone forensics department gather some of the best experts in the field, armed with years of experience, and numerous cases behind them, who can help in cases like the one described in the article. They have the latest technology at their disposal, and they can locate the online bully and report him or her to the authorities. You cannot know if the person on the other end is going to try and make their threats a reality, so it’s always better to be safe than sorry and Private Investigators UK can help you do that.
Private Investigators UK chief investigator Christie Moore took the opportunity to point out that online bullying should not be tolerated in any way. He also added: “Online abuse is becoming a huge problem, especially for young people and children, who will venture online sooner or later, and unfortunately, come across a bully. That can have a negative effect on their fragile young psyche, so we must do everything to protect them. Private Investigators UK is at your services.”
Private Investigators UK chief investigator Christie Moore can be contacted on the following number: (0)2036332458.