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A Landmark Case: The Conviction of Sean Duffy At Reading Magistrates’ Court

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This latest prosecution of Sean Duffy at Reading Magistrates’ Court may signal the beginning of a new line of prosecution by the police of internet related offences,  which will be great news to tens of thousands of UK victims of internet defamation and abuse, and in particular to those vulnerable victims who are not in a financial position to be able to afford expensive civil proceedings.

In a first case of its kind, Magistrates’ have jailed a man who posted abusive images to online memorials dedicated to dead children. The man was jailed for 18 weeks and was banned from participating in social networking for a period of five years.

At Court,  Sean Duffy, 25 from Reading, admitted to posting images on Facebook…

The full story is available on Internet Law Expert blog

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