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Tyler Clementi

Tyler Clementi, 18, was a regular freshman who was passionate about playing the violin and was still new to his gay identity. Instead of enjoying college life at Rutgers University, his first semester proved to be a living hell, one he felt he had no way of escaping.

Tyler had a roommate, Dharun Ravi, who had a hard time getting along with him and realized that Tyler liked to keep to himself most of the time. When Tyler informed his roommate that he would be hosting a male guest at their dorm room and asked for some privacy, Dharun went across the hall to his friend, Molly Wei and both of them streamed a video live from Tyler’s room using Dharun’s webcam, they say Tyler kissing another man and Dharun immediately began tweeting about it to friends and other Rutgers students and possibly, the entire world.

On the same night, Tyler sent a request to the school’s administration asking for a single room citing the fact that his roommate had used a webcam to spy on him.

The next day, Tyler made the same notification to Dharun that he would be receiving a male guest, this time Dharun tweeted that he would be live streaming the entire sexual tryst, and invited everyone to watch, but the viewing never occurred.

The next day everyone woke up to the news that Tyler Clementi had jumped off a bridge into the Hudson river, his body was found hours later. His last communication with the world was a Facebook status declaring he was jumping off the bridge and that he was sorry.

Dharun and Molly were both charged with several counts, Molly made a deal to testify against Dharun for her charges to be dropped and later on Dharun was sentenced to 30 days in jail by a New Jersey judge for spying on his Tyler Clementi ‘s gay tryst.

“I do not believe he hated Tyler Clementi,” Judge Glenn Berman told the court. “He had no reason to, but I do believe he acted out of colossal insensitivity.”

Ravi, 20, spent his 30 day jail term and was also sentenced to three years probation, ordered to complete 300 hours of community service and attend counseling programs for cyber-bullying and alternative lifestyles.

He must also pay a $10,000 assessment to the probation department in increments of $300 per month beginning Aug. 1. The money will go to victims of bias crimes. The judge recommended that Ravi, who was born in India and is here on a green card, not be deported.

“I heard this jury say, ‘guilty’ 288 times–24 questions, 12 jurors. That’s the multiplication,” Berman said. “I haven’t heard you apologize once.”

Ravi was convicted of invasion of privacy, bias intimidation, witness tampering and hindering arrest, stemming from his role in activating the webcam to peek at Tyler Clementi ’s date with a man in the dorm room on Sept. 19, 2010. Ravi was also convicted of encouraging others to spy during a second date, on Sept. 21, 2010, and intimidating Tyler Clementi for being gay.
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10 Things You Should Know About the American Center for Law and Justice

In 1990, televangelist Pat Robertson founded an organization in hopes of countering the hugely successful legal powerhouse, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). His group would be called the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), and its mission was to “defend constitutional and religious rights.” However, ACLJ quickly began engaging in legal battles against a government it believed had become hostile to Christianity. Much of its work over the years has centered on fighting against the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people, from drafting the discriminatory Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) to an international campaign to defend laws that criminalize homosexuality in countries around the world. Take a look at 10 things you should know about ACLJ.

1. ACLJ has raised nearly $75 million in the past five years to fight for anti-LGBT causes, despite not meeting 10 out of 20 of the Better Business Bureau’s standards for charity accountability.

2. ACLJ suggests the “sin” of homosexuality might be to blame for the death of Tyler Clementi and the rash of teen suicides connected to anti-LGBT bullying.

#EndtheHate #LoveConquersHate
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10 Things You Should Know About the American Center for Law and Justice

In 1990, televangelist Pat Robertson founded an organization in hopes of countering the hugely successful legal powerhouse, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). His group would be called the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), and its mission was to “defend constitutional and religious rights.” However, ACLJ quickly began engaging in legal battles against a government it believed had become hostile to Christianity. Much of its work over the years has centered on fighting against the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people, from drafting the discriminatory Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) to an international campaign to defend laws that criminalize homosexuality in countries around the world. Take a look at 10 things you should know about ACLJ.

1. ACLJ has raised nearly $75 million in the past five years to fight for anti-LGBT causes, despite not meeting 10 out of 20 of the Better Business Bureau’s standards for charity accountability.

2. ACLJ suggests the “sin” of homosexuality might be to blame for the death of Tyler Clementi and the rash of teen suicides connected to anti-LGBT bullying.

#EndtheHate #LoveConquersHate
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HRC seeks to improve the lives of LGBT Americans by advocating for equal rights and benefits in the workplace, ensuring families are treated equally under the law and increasing public support among all Americans.
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Bang, bang go the coffin nails, like a breath exhaled,
Then gone forever.
It seems like just yesterday, how did I miss the red flags raised?
Think back to the days we laughed.
We braved these bitter storms together.
Brought to his knees he cried,
But on his feet he died.

What God would damn a heart?
And what God drove us apart?
What God could?

Make it stop.
Let this end.
Eighteen years pushed to the ledge.
It's come to this,
A weightless step.
On the way down singing,
Woah, woah.

Bang, bang from the closet walls,
The schoolhouse halls,
The shotgun's loaded.
Push me and I'll push back.
I'm done asking, I demand.

From a nation under God,
I feel its love like a cattle prod.
Born free, but still they hate.
Born me, no I can't change.

It's always darkest just before the dawn.
So stay awake with me, let's prove them wrong.

Make it stop.
Let this end,
Eighteen years pushed to the ledge.
It's come to this,
A weightless step.
On the way down singing,
Woah, woah.

The cold river washed him away,
But how could we forget?
The gatherings hold candles, but not their tongues.

And too much blood has flown from the wrists,
Of the children shamed for those they chose to kiss.
Who will rise to stop the blood?

We're calling for,
Insisting on, a different beat, yeah.
A brand new song.

Whoa, whoa [x3]
(Tyler Clementi, age 18.
Billy Lucas, age 15.
Harrison Chase Brown, age 15
Cody J. Barker, age 17
Seth Walsh, age 13.)

Make it stop,
Let this end.
This life chose me, I'm not lost in sin.
But proud I stand of who I am,
I plan to go on living.

Make it stop,
Let this end,
All these years pushed to the ledge,
But proud I stand, of who I am,
I plan to go on living
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Monica Lewinsky's emotional plea - Monica Lewinsky said Monday that her new goal was to end cyberbullying. "Having survived myself, what I want to do now is help other victims of the shame game survive, too." Lewinsky joined Twitter on Monday, too, a coordinated effort to step into public life once again. Lewinsky cited the 2010 Tyler Clementi case as the reason she was going public with her cause. (CNN) -- Monica Lewinsky told an audience in Philadelphia on Monday that... http://ow.ly/2PrCUy
Monica Lewinsky's emotional plea
Monica Lewinsky said Monday that her new goal was to end cyberbullying. "Having survived myself, what I want to do now is help other victims of the shame game survive, too." Lewinsky joined Twitter on Monday, too, a coordinat...
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In early October 2010, Canadian teenager Brittany McMillan promulgated the observance of a new commemoration called Spirit Day, the first observance of which took place on October 20, 2010; it now however takes place on October 16. On this day people wear the color purple to show support for LGBT youth who are victims of bullying.

The name Spirit Day comes from the purple stripe of the Rainbow flag, whose creator Gilbert Baker defined it as "representing 'spirit'".

The observance was inaugurated in response to a rash of widely publicized bullying-related suicides of gay school students in 2010, including that of Tyler Clementi.

Transgender actress and activist Laverne Cox just received a  honor.  Cox will symbolically light the Empire State Building purple to raise awareness about the bullying of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) youth.

“By recognizing National Bullying Prevention Month and lighting in purple for Spirit Day, the world’s most famous office building is supporting countless kids across the world,” GLAAD President and CEO Sarah Kate Ellis said in a statement. “At a time when eight in 10 LGBT youth are harassed at school, it’s critical that we let them know it’s okay to be who you are.”
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Tyler Clementi's brother speaks out on what it was like to loose his brother and how he is remembering him http://ow.ly/CA292
Op-ed: Remembering Tyler by Building a Kinder World
What Tyler Clementi and those like him could have used are more Upstanders.
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Op-ed: Remembering Tyler by Building a Kinder World
What Tyler Clementi and those like him could have used are more Upstanders.
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Cyberbullying
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"Cyberbully" redirects here. It is not to be confused with Cyberbully (film).
For the Wikipedia guidance essay, see Wikipedia:Cyberbullying.

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Cyberbullying is the use of information technology to repeatedly harm or harass other people in a deliberate manner.[1] According to U.S. Legal Definitions, Cyber-bullying could be limited to posting rumors or gossips about a person in the internet bringing about hatred in other’s minds; or it may go to the extent of personally identifying victims and publishing materials severely defaming and humiliating them.[2]

With the increase in use of these technologies, cyberbullying has become increasingly common, especially among teenagers.[3] Awareness has also risen, due in part to high-profile cases like the suicide of Tyler Clementi.[4]

Definition

Legal definition
Cyberbullying is defined in legal glossaries as

actions that use information and communication technologies to support deliberate, repeated, and hostile behavior by an individual or group, that is intended to harm another or others.
use of communication technologies for the intention of harming another person
use of internet service and mobile technologies such as web pages and discussion groups as well as instant messaging or SMS text messaging with the intention of harming another person.
Examples of what constitutes cyberbullying include communications that seek to intimidate, control, manipulate, put down, falsely discredit, or humiliate the recipient. The actions are deliberate, repeated, and hostile behavior intended to harm another. Cyberbullying has been defined by The National Crime Prevention Council: “When the Internet, cell phones or other devices are used to send or post text or images intended to hurt or embarrass another person."[5][6]

A cyberbully may be a person whom the target knows or an online stranger. A cyberbully may be anonymous and may solicit involvement of other people online who do not even know the target. This is known as a 'digital pile-on.'[7]

Cyberbullying vs. cyberstalking
Further information: Cyberstalking
The practice of cyberbullying is not limited to children and, while the behavior is identified by the same definition when practiced by adults, the distinction in age groups sometimes refers to the abuse as cyberstalking or cyberharassment when perpetrated by adults toward adults.[8] Common tactics used by cyberstalkers are performed in public forums, social media or online information sites and are intended to threaten a victim's earnings, employment, reputation, or safety. Behaviors may include encouraging others to harass the victim and trying to affect a victim's online participation. Many cyberstalkers try to damage the reputation of their victim and turn other people against them.

Cyberstalking may include false accusations, monitoring, making threats, identity theft, damage to data or equipment, the solicitation of minors for sex, or gathering information in order to harass.[9] A repeated pattern of such actions and harassment against a target by an adult constitutes cyberstalking. Cyberstalking often features linked patterns of online and offline behavior. There are consequences of law in offline stalking and online stalking, and cyber-stalkers can be put in jail.[10] Cyberstalking is a form of cyberbullying.[11]

Comparison to traditional bullying
Certain characteristics inherent in online technologies increase the likelihood that they will be exploited for deviant purposes.[12] Unlike physical bullying, electronic bullies can remain virtually anonymous using temporary email accounts, pseudonyms in chat rooms, instant messaging programs, cell-phone text messaging, and other Internet venues to mask their identity; this perhaps frees them from normative and social constraints on their behavior.

Additionally, electronic forums often lack supervision. While chat hosts regularly observe the dialog in some chat rooms in an effort to police conversations and evict offensive individuals, personal messages sent between users (such as electronic mail or text messages) are viewable only by the sender and the recipient, thereby outside the regulatory reach of such authorities. In addition, when teenagers know more about computers and cellular phones than their parents or guardians, they are therefore able to operate the technologies without concern that a parent will discover their experience with bullying (whether as a victim or offender).

Another factor is the inseparability of a cellular phone from its owner, making that person a perpetual target for victimization. Users often need to keep their phone turned on for legitimate purposes, which provides the opportunity for those with malicious intentions to engage in persistent unwelcome behavior such as harassing telephone calls or threatening and insulting statements via the cellular phone’s text messaging capabilities. Cyberbullying thus penetrates the walls of a home, traditionally a place where victims could seek refuge from other forms of bullying. Compounding this infiltration into the home life of the cyberbully victim is the unique way in which the internet can "create simultaneous sensations of exposure (the whole world is watching) and alienation (no one understands)."[13] For youth who experience shame or self-hatred, this effect is dangerous because it can lead to extreme self isolation.

One possible advantage for victims of cyberbullying over traditional bullying is that they may sometimes be able to avoid it simply by avoiding the site/chat room in question. Email addresses and phone numbers can be changed; in addition, most e-mail accounts now offer services that will automatically filter out messages from certain senders before they even reach the inbox, and phones offer similar caller ID functions.

However, this does not protect against all forms of cyberbullying; publishing of defamatory material about a person on the internet is extremely difficult to prevent and once it is posted, many people or archiving services can potentially download and copy it, at which point it is almost impossible to remove from the Internet. Some perpetrators may post victims' photos, or victims' edited photos like defaming captions or pasting victims' faces on nude bodies. Examples of famous forums for disclosing personal data or photos to "punish" the "enemies" include the Hong Kong Golden Forum, Live Journal, and more recently JuicyCampus. Despite policies that describe cyberbullying as a violation of the terms of service, many social networking Web sites have been used to that end.[14]

Methods used
Law enforcement: cyberbullying, cyberstalking and electronic harassment

A majority of states have laws that explicitly include electronic forms of communication within stalking or harassment laws.[25][26]

Most law enforcement agencies have cyber-crime units and often Internet stalking is treated with more seriousness than reports of physical stalking.[27] Help and resources can be searched by state or area.

Schools
The safety of schools is increasingly becoming a focus of state legislative action. There was an increase in cyberbullying enacted legislation between 2006–2010.[28] Initiatives and curriclulum requirements also exist in the UK (the Ofsted eSafety guidance) and Australia (Overarching Learning Outcome 13). In 2012, a group of teens in New Haven, Connecticut developed an app to help fight bullying. Called "Back Off Bully" (BOB), the web app is an anonymous resource for computer, smart phone or iPad. When someone witnesses or is the victim of bullying, they can immediately report the incident. The app asks questions about time, location and how the bullying is happening. As well as providing positive action and empowerment over an incident, the reported information helps by going to a data base where administrators study it. Common threads are spotted so others can intervene and break the bully's pattern.[29] BOB, the brainchild of fourteen teens in a design class, is being considered as standard operating procedure at schools across the state.

Protection for victims of any age
There are laws that only address online harassment of children or focus on child predators as well as laws that protect adult cyberstalking victims, or victims of any age. Currently, there are 45 cyberstalking (and related) laws on the books.

While some sites specialize in laws that protect victims age 18 and under, Working to Halt Online Abuse is a help resource containing a list of current and pending cyberstalking-related United States federal and state laws.[30] It also lists those states that do not have laws yet and related laws from other countries. The Global Cyber Law Database (GCLD) aims to become the most comprehensive and authoritative source of cyber laws for all countries.[31]

Children and adolescents
Kids report being mean to each other online beginning as young as 2nd grade. According to research, boys initiate mean online activity earlier than girls do. However, by middle school, girls are more likely to engage in cyberbullying than boys.[32] Whether the bully is male or female, his or her purpose is to intentionally embarrass others, harass, intimidate, or make threats online to one another. This bullying occurs via email, text messaging, posts to blogs, and web sites.

The National Crime Prevention Association lists tactics often used by teen cyberbullies.[33]

Pretend they are other people online to trick others
Spread lies and rumors about victims
Trick people into revealing personal information
Send or forward mean text messages
Post pictures of victims without their consent
Studies in the psychosocial effects of cyberspace have begun to monitor the impacts cyberbullying may have on the victims, and the consequences it may lead to. Consequences of cyberbullying are multi-faceted, and affect online and offline behavior. Research on adolescents reported that changes in the victims' behavior as a result of cyberbullying could be positive. Victims "created a cognitive pattern of bullies, which consequently helped them to recognize aggressive people."[34] However, the Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace abstract reports critical impacts in almost all of the respondents’, taking the form of lower self-esteem, loneliness, disillusionment, and distrust of people. The more extreme impacts were self-h
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a sad reminder that we do not always get the true story. that people can and do do horrific things. and that those people do not, however, belong in the #criminaljusticesystem  . I deplore what happened to Tyler Clementi no only as a #gay  man, but as a human being. but I also realize that being a stupid teenager is different from being a criminal. 
The Story of a Suicide
Tyler Clementi, a gay Rutgers student, was electronically spied on by his roommate, Dharun Ravi, and Ravi’s friend Molly Wei. Credit John Ritter; Photographs: Ravi and Wei: AP; Bridge: Getty
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Gay teen Tyler Clementi brought international attention to bullying-related suicide of LGBT youth when he jumped to his death four years ago today (Sept. 22).  He was driven to kill himself by cyber-bullying.  His untimely death sparked efforts to support LGBT teenagers, raise awareness of the harassment they face, and prevent suicide among queer young people.  Anti-LGBT politicians helped create the hostile environment that drove Tyler Clementi to suicide.  Artist Louisa Bertman emphasizes this point in her drawing “Tyler Clementi, Jump!”
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Tyler Clementi (1992-2010) brought international attention to bullying-related suicide of LGBT youth by jumping to his death on Sept. 22, 2010 (four years ago today). Clementi's highly publicized tragedy made him into a gay martyr whose untimely death put a public face on the problems of LGBT ...
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Shown here, Joseph Clementi and Jane Clementi. Their son, Tyler Clementi jumped off the George Washington Bridge after learning that his college roommate was spying on his relationship with another man. (AP Photo/Mel Evans,file)
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Shown here, Joseph Clementi and Jane Clementi. Their son, Tyler Clementi jumped off the George Washington Bridge after learning that his college roommate was spying on his relationship with another man. (AP Photo/Mel Evans,file). New Brunswick, N.J. (AP) — Tyler Clementi's family could have ...
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