A Canadian jury discovered a Dutch man responsible of extortion, harassment and different prices associated to a case of a Canadian teenager who was blackmailed to reveal herself in entrance of a webcam.
The 15-year-old later dedicated suicide after detailing her harassment in a YouTube video watched by tens of millions all over the world.
The jury within the British Columbia Supreme Court docket trial of Aydin Coban has discovered him responsible on all prices he confronted, together with communication with a teenager to commit a sexual offence and possession and distribution of kid pornography in relation to the Port Coquitlam
She was 15 years previous when she died by suicide in 2012 after posting a video that described being stricken by an internet harasser. The jury’s unanimous verdict comes a day after deliberations received underway.
Amanda Todd introduced the issue of cyber bullying to mainstream consideration in Canada after she posted the video on YouTube by which she instructed her story with handwritten indicators, describing how she was lured by a stranger to reveal her breasts on a webcam.
The image ended up on a Facebook web page made by the stranger, to which her pals have been added.
She was repeatedly bullied, regardless of altering colleges, earlier than lastly killing herself weeks after posting the video.
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