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Man convicted over Facebook like

Man convicted over Facebook like

A court has convicted a man for merely ‘liking’ a Facebook post, it has been reported. In the first case of its kind in Switzerland, the 45-year-old unnamed defendant from Zurich was found guilty after he ‘liked’ several posts on Facebook accusing Erwin Kessler, the president of an animal rights group, of racism and anti-Semitism. A discussion over which animal[Read More...]

London councils accused of forcing homeless families out of the borough

London councils accused of forcing homeless families out of the borough

Local authorities across London have come under fire for introducing a novel new way to deal with the problem of homelessness – by kicking some of the poorest families out of the borough. A new report seen by the Guardian revealed that some London councils are making aggressive use of legal powers to make “take or leave it” offers of[Read More...]

Facebook under fire for refusing to remove child porn content

Facebook under fire for refusing to remove child porn content

There has been much in the news lately about Facebook taking steps to remove fake news from its website. Back in March, the social media giant flagged prominent warnings on its site advising users not to trust news stories that could not be confirmed by an official or well-known source. When users logged into their Facebook account, it would display[Read More...]

French police claim the brutal sodomisation of young man was an “accident”

French police claim the brutal sodomisation of young man was an “accident”

A young man by the name of Theo has alleged that French police officers beat him up during an arrest and raped him several times with a police baton. The incident was so brutal and violent that blood ended up all over the floor and walls while he was in custody. In response to the allegations, an internal investigation by[Read More...]

Police have made arrests in connection with an investigation into child abuse allegations involving the late Prime Minister Edward Heath

Arrests made in connection with VIP abuse investigation

Two people have been arrested in connection with ongoing police investigations into sexual abuse allegations made against the former prime minister Edward Heath. The police launched Operation Confier after the former prime minister was named as a suspect in a historical abuse case. No further information was given about the other two suspects that have been arrested by Wiltshire Police.[Read More...]