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RE: Should Liam Stacey have gone to prison? - 11/4/2012 5:08:57 PM   
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... but can you get done for calling Thatcher a Tory bitch?


The majority north of Watford would be in jail.


Bit much getting jailed for slagging someone. Granted some things are a no-no. Still, a lad gets jailed for racially abusive language while the BNP can run for office? Ridiculous, no?

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RE: Should Liam Stacey have gone to prison? - 11/4/2012 5:12:26 PM   
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I'm thinking, you can get charged for calling someone a fenian so-and-so at a football game but can you get done for calling Thatcher a Tory bitch?


Hmmm, arguably, could attaching the term 'bitch' not add a sexist element to the abuse? Certainly I know a fair few women's groups who would object to the term regardless of the type of person it's aimed at.



I don't think there's an aggravated charge based on sexism? Which presumably means gender per se is no longer something regarded as needing specific protections in that context - just the legal protections in eg workforce legislation.


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RE: Should Liam Stacey have gone to prison? - 11/4/2012 5:20:30 PM   
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Yeah I was curious throughout all this talk or race, religion, homophobia et al, that there hasn't been any mention of legal implications of gender based abuse. Some of the things you see directed at various women on twitter are far from pleasant, while just a few weeks back I was reading an article about the various threats made to feminist bloggers. I suppose the ongoing abuse and threats would fall under general harassment laws, but casual, occasional comments with a gender slur attached aren't protected under any special law.

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RE: Should Liam Stacey have gone to prison? - 11/4/2012 5:24:22 PM   
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No. Just, as you say, 'general' abuse.


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RE: Should Liam Stacey have gone to prison? - 12/4/2012 8:52:22 AM   
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I'm thinking, you can get charged for calling someone a fenian so-and-so at a football game but can you get done for calling Thatcher a Tory bitch?


Yeah but there's a religious aspect to calling one a Fenian these days, plus all the hoo-ha surrounding it.


Yeah, which is why I asked:
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Is there a political equivalent of bigotry? Like, hating someone for their political beliefs instead of religious beliefs?


Would that then put the anti-Tory slur on the same level as the anti-catholic one in terms of a punishable offence? Or is it okay to be vocal in your hatred for one group of people but not another?

It's off at a tangent but I'm sure there's a point there somewhere.

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RE: Should Liam Stacey have gone to prison? - 12/4/2012 10:37:59 AM   
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I'm thinking, you can get charged for calling someone a fenian so-and-so at a football game but can you get done for calling Thatcher a Tory bitch?


Yeah but there's a religious aspect to calling one a Fenian these days, plus all the hoo-ha surrounding it.


Yeah, which is why I asked:
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Is there a political equivalent of bigotry? Like, hating someone for their political beliefs instead of religious beliefs?


Would that then put the anti-Tory slur on the same level as the anti-catholic one in terms of a punishable offence? Or is it okay to be vocal in your hatred for one group of people but not another?

It's off at a tangent but I'm sure there's a point there somewhere.


I think politicians of every stripe are fair game. They're pretty much all venal cunts.

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RE: Should Liam Stacey have gone to prison? - 12/4/2012 1:03:38 PM   
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The celebration of Thatcher's death (which I, for one, WILL be quietly celebrating) came up in discussion in the British Politics Thread a while ago, and the conversation then followed much the same route as this one (albeit without the whole racism and sexism angle, obviously).

The reason Thacther in particular is hated (and I mean proper hated - almost the type of hate generally reserved for savage dictators) is because at least 75% of the stuff she did was of HER OWN PERSONAL DESIGN and often not done by committee, as most party decisions are. By the end of her "rule", most of her cabinet merely did what they were told and effectively had no actual say in the decisions affecting and effecting this country - Spitting Image's exaggerated depiction of a useless, completely clueless and idiotic tory cabinet being totally subservient to the dominant Thatcher was a LOT closer to the truth than anyone at the time realised.

It is fair, correct and true to say that we are now seeing the result of many of Thatcher's decisions in the current recession, and that the only people who really REALLY benefitted from her time in number 10 were the richer and upper classes.

Basically, she almost single handedly ruined this country's long term prospects. Something which Fabrice Muamba could never do in a million years.

So yeah - you are not comparing eggs with eggs.

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RE: Should Liam Stacey have gone to prison? - 12/4/2012 3:11:57 PM   
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If twitter was banned then this problem could have been avoided. And if not, then ban the media it was reported on. Ban them all.

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RE: Should Liam Stacey have gone to prison? - 12/4/2012 8:42:09 PM   
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RE: Should Liam Stacey have gone to prison? - 27/7/2012 10:22:39 AM   
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This is the only place I can find Paul Chambers being discused thanks to search

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-19009344

It remains ludicrous it got this far, but about bloody time someone on the law side didn't show them up for lack of common sense.


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RE: Should Liam Stacey have gone to prison? - 31/7/2012 9:34:53 AM   
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I've changed the title of the thread because this is pretty much the same thing that's being discussed in here so there's no need to repeat it.

Yesterday some foul little toad sent some appallingly insulting tweets to Tom Daley post the diving. Today he's been arrested.

Now some people can't it's perfectly reasonable to be concerned about both. Should what the idiot on Twitter did be an arrestable offence? For trolling on Twitter? There was no racial or other content, it was just a foul little tit venting (and probably a stupid kid from the pathetic back-pedalling when the result dropped on him from a great height). Much the same way as often happens on here, the responses of others acted as a significant corrective.

But now the police are reportedly involved. Should they be?


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RE: Should Liam Stacey have gone to prison? - 31/7/2012 9:36:52 AM   
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Think it was the subsequent threat of killing him that got the police involved rather than the intital tweet.

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RE: Should Liam Stacey have gone to prison? - 31/7/2012 9:42:30 AM   
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And that takes us back to the Twitter trial - did anyone take it seriously?

Lots of people are rude to each other twitter, including threats. But if the press or fame gets involved, suddenly the police seem to be doing something. There's, IMO, a level of inconsistency there as well. E.g. I saw several tweets last night saying 'kill the japs' and some worse - quite a few problems with those. Anyone tracking them down?



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RE: Should Liam Stacey have gone to prison? - 31/7/2012 9:46:54 AM   
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Well that is another issue entirely. Twitter is a very very odd place.

What I have noticed is the people who strive to insult other people are the ones most questioning the police here. My rule of thumb is don't be an arse online or offline.

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RE: Should Liam Stacey have gone to prison? - 31/7/2012 9:49:22 AM   
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Indeed.

But if the police are going to get involved with something like Twitter, I do think someone needs to sit down and work out the ins and outs of legalities and not make it seem like 'public outrage' is currently a reason to arrest/charge/question someone.


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RE: Should Liam Stacey have gone to prison? - 31/7/2012 9:58:47 AM   
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Looking back over his Tweets over the month there is a lot of abuse (some racial) featured throughout. There is alos racial abuse in the youtube video that's online too where he threatens another Twitter guy.

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RE: Should Liam Stacey have gone to prison? - 31/7/2012 10:06:12 AM   
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It's Twitter - he won't be alone. And almost the entire 'japs' trending line is racial abuse. Against a country visiting ours as part of the Olympics. 

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RE: Should Liam Stacey have gone to prison? - 31/7/2012 10:07:14 AM   
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Not to mention the insults and mysogyny on Zoe Smith's. 

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RE: Should Liam Stacey have gone to prison? - 31/7/2012 10:15:12 AM   
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Either way the little toad needs a rude awakening. Some of the tweets were horrible. And a completely different tone to the single clear joke that #twitterjoketrial was about. This was a consistent, prolonged attack on multiple people which included racism.

I'm not sure arresting is necessarily the answer, though. It is easy to ignore people on Twitter. Just block them...

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RE: Should Liam Stacey have gone to prison? - 31/7/2012 10:19:11 AM   
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He does indeed. The later tweets suggested if not his brain had woken up, that someone else's he knows had. 

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RE: Should Liam Stacey have gone to prison? - 31/7/2012 10:27:31 AM   
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My rule of thumb is don't be an arse online or offline.


It's a very good rule.

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RE: Should Liam Stacey have gone to prison? - 31/7/2012 10:28:35 AM   
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My rule of thumb is don't be an arse online or offline.


Rules are meant to be broken tho, eh?

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RE: Should Liam Stacey have gone to prison? - 31/7/2012 10:37:57 AM   
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My rule of thumb is don't be an arse online or offline.


Rules are meant to be broken tho, eh?

Are you threatening to break his thumb?  You could be arrested for that!

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RE: Should Liam Stacey have gone to prison? - 31/7/2012 10:52:29 AM   
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My rule of thumb is don't be an arse online or offline.


It's a very good rule.


Almost as good as Will Wheaton's Law (link) (meant for online gaming, but applicable in all walks of life)

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RE: Should Liam Stacey have gone to prison? - 31/7/2012 11:09:57 AM   
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Absolutely he should be called to answer for his actions. Most of the press are reporting on the one tweet relating to Daley's father but there was an awful lot of other tweets which to me looks like a sustained attack to get a reaction from someone. A guy on twitter asked me why Daley couldn't have just blocked the guy, the tweets were coming from him as Daley was competing or just after competing, I doubt the lad had time to look at Twitter what with being in the Olympics and everything. The when he does look at Twitter, he's forced to look as this crap from some little weasel.

If this kid had been shouting this stuff at Daley in the street, he wouldn't last long before someone intervened. Yes there is a block button but just because the block button exists doesn't mean we should let little shits like him run riot and say what they want on twitter. I've seen a few people question the right to free speech. What a perverse way of reading that particular right. He wasn't expressing his right to a free opinion, he was being a nasty little shit for the sake of it and he should be held accountable.

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RE: Should Liam Stacey have gone to prison? - 31/7/2012 11:19:23 AM   
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Just seen what he's been sending:

http://thedigitalreport.net/2012/07/uk-diver-tom-daley-subjected-to-abuse-by-twitter-user-rileyy_69/

My favourite one of all though, presumably in response to the abuse he was getting for what he'd been saying:

@TomDaley1994 you shouldn't of got me that hate though i apologised and you didn't even answer me



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RE: Should Liam Stacey have gone to prison? - 31/7/2012 11:31:20 AM   
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Hadn't seen the tweets.  Wow what a turn around from original nasty tweet, to begging for forgiveness tweets to full on threatening tweets.  Deserves everything he gets, nasty little child.

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RE: Should Liam Stacey have gone to prison? - 31/7/2012 11:48:18 AM   
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I've seen a few people question the right to free speech. What a perverse way of reading that particular right. He wasn't expressing his right to a free opinion, he was being a nasty little shit for the sake of it and he should be held accountable.


"17-yr old idiot in "tweet first, think later" shock" - how has this come as a surprise to anyone?  It's amazing how many people forget that this isn't an absolute right in this country, and that spouting threatening, racist or homophobic bile isn't exercising that right, it's breaking a law.  If you haven't got the good grace not to be a dick online, then you can't complain when your actions come back to bite you on the ass.

My only concern about this particular case is the perceived inconsistency of approach.  It's unreasonable to expect the authorities to monitor each and every tweet/status update etc, but where it has been reported to them, I'd expect a similar course of action from them each time.  If the tweets hurling abuse at the Japanese gymnastics team have been reprted, then let's see some arrests here too.

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RE: Should Liam Stacey have gone to prison? - 31/7/2012 11:48:53 AM   
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What a perverse way of reading that particular right. He wasn't expressing his right to a free opinion, he was being a nasty little shit for the sake of it and he should be held accountable.


In that case, around about two thirds of twitter users need arresting.

I look at it like this: If you're going to use a public and open forum to self-publicise, you have to be prepared for some hugely wanky comments from idiots. They are the public after all (a lot of them anyway).

I do believe it is a question of free speech, and in no way a perverse arguement. As elab pointed out a bit earlier, there are no definite boundaries and I worry about this 'malicious communication' easily being used as a way of getting people to stop saying something (and not just vile abuse.)

The kid's a mouthy arsehole. You arrest every single one of them and then you might as well turn the whole country into a floating prison ship. 

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RE: Should Liam Stacey have gone to prison? - 31/7/2012 12:00:23 PM   
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Some of this knobs earlier tweets not aimed at Tom Daley were beyond vile. There were a whole series he sent to someone whose sister had died, mocking his sisters death, (Bad) then describing what he'd do to the body (beyond sick). There were also death threats and a shocking amounts of racism.

Being a dick isn't illegal sadly, racism and death threats are.



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