Rexxfield's Michael Roberts

Saturday, October 23, 2010

Carla Franklin Wins: Google Must Reveal Identity Of Online Harasser

The rumors of Internet anonymity have been greatly exaggerated! It never ceases to amaze me how often fools repeat their folly in thinking that they can't say what they want, when they want, about anybody, anywhere, and not have to stand behind the diatribe that they utter. If anyone is interested in a similar case to Carla's, and update was posted at the following link quite some time ago. This case has subsequently been successfully resolved, although the anguish that are caused the victim may take much longer to subside.


It has been delightful helping Carla over this last years despite the tumultuous circumstances. Although we specifically purposed to avoid a media circus, the silver lining on the cloud of this unwanted attention will hopefully be some common sense reform in the wild-wild-Web and the accompanying free-for-all smear campaigns.

Keep on fighting the good fight Carla! There are thousands more victims going through the same trials and your inevitable victory in this matter will encourage others to follow in your footsteps.

Thanks for contributing to the new cyber-harassment advocacy group, and for choosing it as a platform to keep those who are interested up to date: www.freesp­

Respectfully submitted by Michael of FreeSpeechV3
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