To people who loves cyberbullying celebrities on Twitter, You need to stop because it is now dangerous to do so......

Calgary, Alberta
January 5, 2017 4:23am CST
Celebrities are still human and they still feel hurt from insults that came from strangers on the internet. The actor James Woods recently hired a lawyer and his lawyer managed to win him the right to know the identity of his Twitter bully. Many people loves bullying celebrities on twitter because they thought being anonymous keeps them safe but this one may start a trend. Celebrities have money and they can use the money to sue us or even hire an assassin to kill us if they get to know our identity. Just imagine if more celebrities decided to follow and make this a trend. source
A follow up to this post . Actor and hardcore Trump supporter James Woods has won the right to learn the real identity of a man who once made a joke on Twitter calling Woods a "cocaine addict" - even though the man has since died. Woods claims that the man
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@LadyDuck (176471)
• Switzerland
5 Jan 17
I think that everybody has the right to know the name of those who insult, because this is a crime and those who bully the others must be punished.
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• Calgary, Alberta
5 Jan 17
There is a chance thought the bully is just a 12 year old child. But yeah celebrities are still humans and they can still get hurt from insults and harassment.
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@LadyDuck (176471)
• Switzerland
5 Jan 17
@CaptAlbertWhisker Sites like FB and Twitter should be more serious accepting everyone. Usually children are not allowed to join.
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• Calgary, Alberta
5 Jan 17
@LadyDuck I remember the minimum age use to be 16 but many children fakes their age to make accounts.
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@allen0187 (33914)
• Philippines
6 Jan 17
Those who are hide behind the anonymity of the internet should be very careful now.
• Calgary, Alberta
6 Jan 17
Just imagine what will happen to someone who will piss off Bill Gates or Carlos Slim.
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@allen0187 (33914)
• Philippines
7 Jan 17
@CaptAlbertWhisker true. It will be the end of your life as you know it!
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@Plethos (10889)
• United States
5 Jan 17
most celibrities have frail feelings and get b-hurt easily. people have a right to their opinion but people also need to be responsible for whatever comes from it.
• Calgary, Alberta
5 Jan 17
It is a scary consequence if a celebrity who can afford a good lawyer decided to fight back against a troll. Most trolls I believe are unemployed.
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@Plethos (10889)
• United States
5 Jan 17
@CaptAlbertWhisker - there's freedom of speech, but not freedom to slander. People today don't know the difference. Opinion and lies are two different things.
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@amandajay (18071)
• North Shore, New Zealand
5 Jan 17
People should mind their language specially in social media...
• Calgary, Alberta
5 Jan 17
I am sure the fact people can now hire an attorney to know a cyberbully's identity should alarm people by now.
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@amandajay (18071)
• North Shore, New Zealand
6 Jan 17
@CaptAlbertWhisker yeah they will for sure
@mythociate (15958)
• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
5 Jan 17
I'm tempted to 'report' this discussion, as it suggests that celebrities might do something illegal. Other than that ... no. I just disagree. Sure, anyone can sue anyone else for anything at all; and it's up to the judge (or maybe the jury, I dunno) to decide if there's legal claim somewhere. But I suppose actors--whose income is based heavily on their image--have legal claim on anyone who damages that image.
• Calgary, Alberta
5 Jan 17
I am not violating any rules to get reported dude. No plagiarism, i didn't attack any member, I didnt post anything bigoted. What is it to report? If someone like Katy Perry who earned 135 million dollars on her career sued an unemployed internet troll who still lives with his parents, no way he can win the case. I created this thread to warn people because a celebrity just won a case to get the identity of a troll. Many celebrities may follow.
@Chellezhere (1393)
• United States
5 Jan 17
Bullying is not good from anyone.
• Calgary, Alberta
5 Jan 17
I know many celebrities are patient but imagine if someone who is super rich decided to fight back.
@shaynas (5527)
• India
5 Jan 17
I don't know how some people have no work, but to post derogatory remarks on celebrities or public people. Hope, they get some message from this.
@Madshadi (8921)
• Brussels, Belgium
5 Jan 17
I hope this should stop other bullies from picking up on celebrities. But nothing much can be done against those living outside the US
• Calgary, Alberta
5 Jan 17
Megavideo , a piracy video streaming site still got sued by American companies and it is located iN Australia So we dont know what people with millions can do.
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