Parliament discusses web trolls

A woman from Staffordshire who was targeted by internet trolls after her 16-year-old son died in a moped accident, was angry after her tormentor received just a caution by police. But she is pleased her case has now been raised in parliament.

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Internet trolling discussed in Parliament

MP for Burton, Andrew Griffiths, is questioning whether the punishment for internet trolls is strong enough after the abuse of a mother, whose son died in a moped crash.

Sixteen-year-old Jordan Agar's mother Bridget received messages from a fake Facebook page set up in her son's name with messages such as "don't worry Mum I am not dead I just ran away".

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