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Your project was interesting with hardly any !! mistakes in the texts. However, you should have made it more "personal". I know you carried out a lot of research to do the work on this page but your texts should be entirely written by yourself and not "taken" directly from some blog/website or written by someone who speaks perfect English !

Your mark is 11/20


Cyberviolence is defined as an aggressive, intentional act perpetrated by an individual or a group using digital media against one or more victims. It covers various realities and phenomena:

.photos published without authorization or modified!

.“Happy slapping” (acts of violence provoced provoked , filmed and broadcast)!

.dissemination of pornographic images!

.identity theft, identity violation!

.threats or defamation through the use of emails, SMS, social networks, online games …!

Finally, all acts which may injure, aiming to deliberately injure the person.



Today, there is a concept which consists in revealing intimate photos on the web to take revenge on your ex, this is called "revenge porn".
First, 2 lines have been crossed, the 1st is the line of intimacy which is supposed to remain intimate as its indicates, the second the fact of posting without the consent of the person, photos of a sexual nature .
Distributing photos of someone without their consent can be prosecuted.


Today, certain groups of individuals or single people post or comment on things that can incite hatred.
Between racist or homophone homophobic comments, any type of discriminatory comment.
But there can also be a group of people who decide to attack only one person, for example; a person who will create a group on a network that will aim to spread hatred for one and same person, sometimes these acts can lead to very serious responses such as suicide.

++Theft of identity :

Some people on social networks in particular will impersonate someone else in order to be able to access the message with the person's friends.
Some people do it only to do harm, that is, they will do everything to attack the ego or reputation of the person in order to harm it.


In French, harassing someone with words or behavior repeated with the object or effect of a deterioration of its conditions of life resulting in a deterioration of his physical or mental health is punished with one year imprisonment and a fine of € 15,000 when these facts caused total incapacity for work less than or equal to eight days or resulted resulting in no an incapacity for work.
According to law n ° 2014-873 of August 4, 2014

The facts mentioned in the first paragraph are punishable by two years' imprisonment and a fine of € 30,000:
So these are the aggravating facts.

1. When they have caused total incapacity for work exceeding eight days;

2. When they were committed against a minor of fifteen years of age;

3. When they were committed on a person whose particular vulnerability, due to his age, illness, infirmity, impairment
physical or mental or in a state of pregnancy, is apparent or known to their author;

4. When committed by the use of an online public communication service.



I personally find it a shame already to do bad things, all the more so when things are done behind a screen, for me, it's just cowardice. Just like classic harassment for that matter .

Generally, a person who is going to be the stalker or the culprit of cyberviolence are is not ashamed because very often they these people attack weaker than them, that is to say the little grannies who do not know how to use their computers or even young people who do not know how to use the internet well, I think that we would need more courses or intervention from outside persons or establishments in order to make us preventive of cyberviolence and harassment which are unfortunately very badly in vogue.


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