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Over the last five years, there seems to have been a dramatic increase in this type of behaviour.In 2007, 498 people in England and Wales were convicted of using an electronic device to send messages that were ‘grossly offensive, indecent, obscene or of a menacing character’. Almost one in three eighteen- to twenty-four-year-olds in Britain knows someone who has been a victim of anonymous online abuse.An incensed user responded, and then posted a nude picture that Zack had uploaded to an obscure forum using the same pseudonym some time before. Zack hit back immediately: You shouldn’t deny yourself. if you want I can probably find you some more pictures of my penis — or maybe you’d like some of my ass also?If looking at the pics makes you want to touch your penis then just do it . Or if you want we could talk about why regressive ideologies are a bad idea in general and why people who adopt them are likely to have a much harder time in understanding the world than someone who’s accepting of progress and social development?If I wanted to discover where this apparently modern problem came from, I had to go back to the very beginning.The internet’s precursor, the Arpanet, was, until the 1980s, the preserve of a tiny academic and governmental elite.It was an announcement to the hundreds — thousands, perhaps – of anonymous users logged on to the infamous ‘/b/’ board on the image-sharing website 4chan that she was ready to ‘cam’. Anonymous said: [xxxxx] is her Fone number — confirmed.
Unlocking situations, creating new scenarios, pushing boundaries, trying ideas out, calculating the best way to provoke a reaction.
Amateur pornography websites are populated with trolls who know precisely how to offend exhibitionists.
The ‘comment’ sections on reputable news sites are routinely bursting with insults.
’‘Yeah, and by posting the naked photos the discussion drew attention from across the site. It doesn’t really matter if it was otherwise fruitless.’For Zack, trolling is part art, part science, part joke, part political act, but also much more.
This is what trolling is all about — creating a scene in order to get more people to think about the issue being raised’.‘And do you think you succeeded in doing that? ‘Trolling is a culture, it’s a way of thinking’ – and one, he says, that has existed since the birth of the internet.
He showed me one recent example that he’d saved on his laptop.