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# trolls

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# Your Say
Poll: Should Ireland legislate against internet trolls?
The Government has no specific plans to follow the UK’s crackdown on internet “trolls”. How do you feel about the issue?
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Ireland has no immediate plans to follow UK crackdown on internet trolls
The Justice Department had no specific comment to make on proposed changes to the UK Defamation Bill.
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Victims could be allowed to unmask online trolls
Victims of abuse from ‘trolls’ on social networking sites would be given the power to see the anonymous people identified under proposed changes to the Defamation Law in Britain.
# Going Viral
YouTube Top 10: because footballers can be trolls too
Featuring a man dressed as a horse, the brutal side of lacrosse and one the most unsportsmanlike pieces of behaviour you’ll ever see.