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At first glance he may have seemed the perfect soft target for online trolls. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Name me a troll who has gone to prison? The Sun (2017)And the star called for social networks to crack down on sick trolls. The Sun (2014)Or was it the stone trolls who live in the quarry? The Times Literary Supplement (2011)Vicious trolls branded her ugly and told her to die. The Sun (2013)But vile internet trolls flocked to mock the dad of two. The Sun (2012)Other females targeted by trolls include three MPs and three journalists sent bomb warnings. The Sun (2013)Better education and awareness of what to do when the trolls target must be a priority for Government. The Sun (2013)Many have spoken out to say the worst trolling comes not from misogynist men, but from fellow feminists. The Sun (2014)If Twitter fail to give sound guidance on this then they are accountable for the vile trolling that occurs. The Sun (2013)In the past year she has also been targeted by web trolls mocking her weight, dress sense and hairstyle. The Sun (2012)I have generally left troll comments in place, but many have asked me to block them. Christianity Today (2000)DEATH trolls target people online with abuse, telling them they are ugly, worthless and should kill themselves. The Sun (2013)TOP boyband JLS have told how they have become the target of sick internet trolls. The Sun (2011)POP star Lady GaGa has vowed to wage war on vile internet trolls after a teenage fan killed himself because of web bullies. The Sun (2011)A TOP football ref has alerted cops after being targeted by internet trolls. The Sun (2012)
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