Wednesday, March 18, 2009


"According to the law, cyber-bullying becomes a criminal offence when bullies harass victims with 'the intention of causing them alarm or distress, using threatening, abusive words or in writing'. This carries a maximum fine of $5,000, under the Miscellaneous Offences Act. "

"'If cyber-bullying turns criminal, (hopefully), the police can step in to help the victims,' said Mr Goh, who is also a blogger on the socio-political website The Online Citizen. "

These are extracts taken from the Straits Times : .

Well, If you have been following my blog, you should know that i have experienced cyber bully these few days. So, what happens is that the spammer actually uses harsh vulgarities against me by blogging about everything regarding me on his blog.

Hence, I will just want to remind him of the above that you can be liable for a maximum fine of $5,000 if you continue. I am now seeking help already from a counsellor , hence, dont try anything funny because he will monitor what you say.

I have already been giving way by stop this conversation and apologise , but it seems like nothing really improves. So, i guess that i will have to seek help.

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