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December 2022
Insights/Don’t Feed the Trolls: An Investigator’s Approach to Online Harassment

Don’t Feed the Trolls: An Investigator’s Approach to Online Harassment

By Chris Ribeiro

While many things have changed over the last few years of pandemic disruptions, one unfortunate constant has been the prevalence of toxic online content and persistent online harassment. Reports by the Pew Research Center and the Anti-Defamation League based on surveys completed in late 2020 and early 2021 found that over 40% of Americans had experienced online harassment, with 25% or more experiencing severe forms of harassment, including physical threats, stalking, or the publishing of their personal information online without consent, known as “doxxing.”



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