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Japan revises law to speed identification of anonymous cyberbullies - The Mainichi

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The law is aimed at shortening the process by combining the two procedures. It is hoped the revision will "support victims of insults and human rights violations" Moves to amend the law gained traction after the suicide in 2020 of Hana Kimura, a 22-year-old cast member of "Terrace House"
2 months ago·Japan

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Japan revises law to speed identification of anonymous cyberbullies

Japan has enforced a revised law that simplifies legal procedures to identify cyberbullies, accelerating efforts to relieve victims on social media and online forums more swiftly.

2 months ago·Japan
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Japan revises law to speed identification of anonymous cyberbullies - The Mainichi

TOKYO (Kyodo) -- Japan enforced Saturday a revised law that simplifies legal procedures to identify cyberbullies, accelerating efforts to relieve vict

2 months ago·Chiyoda, Japan
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