BBC confronts Internet troll

Thursday, February 9, 2012

BBC Panorama's Declan Lawn manages to track down a troll in Cardiff that goes by the name of Nimrod Severn (real name Darren Burton) and specializes in leaving offensive comments on "RIP" pages on Facebook, and tries to have a word with him. Everything goes as expected.

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2 comentarii:

Anonymous said...

They would have done better confronting an entire neighbourhood of people. Or just bricking his house. Essentially he's right though, the internet shouldn't be governed by the real world law. It should be an open forum in which to share ideas and opinions without fear.

Anonymous said...

It's not illegal to be a stupid racist. At least in the USA. But it was awesome to confront him.

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