Police are investigating reports that the rape victim in the Ched Evans trial has been named on social networking sites.
North Wales police have said they are "aware of reports of comments on social media sites and are collating all relevant information."
National charities, Rape Crisis and End Violence Against Women, have said that the alleged naming is "profoundly disturbing" and raises "serious questions" about the "adequacy" of the justice system and whether it can cope with offences committed online.
Legislation is currently in place that ensures all victims of sexual abuse are protected by lifetime anonymity and those who do name them are breaking the law.
Professional footballer, Ched Evans, has lodged an appeal against his conviction of rape.
North Wales police have met with Sky News after the broadcaster inadvertently revealed the victim's name in the Ched Evans rape case.
Online petition to remove convicted rapist Ched Evans from the PFA League1 Team of the Year reaches 5000.