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Reuters , Facebook , and Gizmodo now require commenters to register their names and e-mail addresses. Teams of sponsored trolls, sometimes referred to as sockpuppet armies,  swarm a site to overwhelm any honest discourse and denigrate any who disagree with them.
That same presentation also emphasized changing the topic of conversation as a winning strategy. The Chinese Government ran an editorial in the state-funded Global Times defending censorship and 50 Cent Party trolls.
The Wikipedia troll is 'tricky', because in terms of actual text, the information is true, but the way it is expressed gives it a completely different meaning to its readers. They do not dress up as traditional clowns but, for their own amusement, they tease and exploit "human foibles" in order to speak the "truth" and gain a reaction.
Like clowns in make-up, Internet trolls hide behind "anonymous accounts and fake usernames. The concern troll posts in web forums devoted to its declared point of view and attempts to sway the group's actions or opinions while claiming to share their goals , but with professed "concerns". The goal is to sow fear, uncertainty, and doubt within the group often by appealing to outrage culture.
Although the term "concern troll" originated in discussions of online behavior, it now sees increasing use to describe similar behaviors that take place offline.
Wolcott links what he calls concern trolls to what Saul Alinsky calls "Do-Nothings", giving a long quote from Alinsky on the Do-Nothings' method and effects: These Do-Nothings profess a commitment to social change for ideals of justice, equality, and opportunity, and then abstain from and discourage all effective action for change.
They are known by their brand, 'I agree with your ends but not your means'. The concern trolls in question were not Internet participants but rather Republicans offering public advice and warnings to the Democrats. The author defines "concern trolling" as "offering a poisoned apple in the form of advice to political opponents that, if taken, would harm the recipient".
Troll sites You can help by adding to it. November While many webmasters and forum administrators consider trolls a scourge on their sites,[ according to whom? For example, a The New York Times article discussed troll activity at 4chan and at Encyclopedia Dramatica , which it described as "an online compendium of troll humor and troll lore".
These trolls feed off the reactions of their victims because "their agenda is to take delight in causing trouble".
You may improve this section , discuss the issue on the talk page , or create a new article , as appropriate. October Mainstream media outlets have focused their attention on the willingness of some Internet users to go to extreme lengths to participate in organized psychological harassment.
Australia In February , the Australian government became involved after users defaced the Facebook tribute pages of murdered children Trinity Bates and Elliott Fletcher. Australian communications minister Stephen Conroy decried the attacks, committed mainly by 4chan users, as evidence of the need for greater Internet regulation, stating, "This argument that the Internet is some mystical creation that no laws should apply to, that is a recipe for anarchy and the wild west.
Sending messages which are "grossly offensive or of an indecent, obscene or menacing character" is an offence whether they are received by the intended recipient or not.
Several people have been imprisoned in the UK for online harassment. Shortly after the suicide of high school student Alexis Pilkington, anonymous posters began performing organized psychological harassment across various message boards, referring to Pilkington as a "suicidal slut", and posting graphic images on her Facebook memorial page.
Major news corporations such as Fox News Channel reported the story and urged parents to warn their children about this drug. Pickwick's pictures of Jenkem were fake and the pictures did not actually feature human waste.
The character of Neal Sampat encounters harassing individuals online, particularly looking at 4chan , and he ends up choosing to post negative comments himself on an economics-related forum.
The attempt by the character to infiltrate trolls' inner circles attracted debate from media reviewers critiquing the series. Death by Obsession Book 8 in the Caribbean Murder series. Sleep with the Lights On.
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