Cyberbulling charity founder Scott Freeman answers your questions about internet trolls (From The Argus)
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Cyberbulling charity founder Scott Freeman answers your questions about internet trolls
10:43am Wednesday 7th August 2013 in News
As internet trolls target the girlfriend of an Albion fan, the founder of cyberbullying charity Cybersmile is answering your questions.
The Argus' readers can put their questions to Scott Freeman, who set up the Brighton-basedcharity which aims to offer support to those affected by cyberbullying and their families, as well as educating people of all ages to respect the dangers of the internet and to consider their peers’ feelings whilst interacting online.
The Argus reports today that the girlfriend of an Albion fan found herself at the mercy of internet abuse from Leeds fans.
Users on Twitter hailed her with cruel abuse about her looks and weight.
Trolling has been thrust into the spotlight after the campaigners and supporters of putting a woman on a bank note were threatened with rape and murder by anonymous online users.
One 14-year-old was repeatedly abused on website ask.fm - and committed suicide at her home on Friday.
Leave your questions about internet bullying for Mr Freeman in the comments section below or email email@example.com.
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