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(not satire sadly)

(UPDATE: the tabloid journalist and her colleagues have even started to stalk and threaten my friends now: A Daily Mail journalist is trolling my friends)

Recently I wrote a blog post about what happened when I dared to ask a journalist who writes for national newspapers how she managed to ‘trace’ (her words) the personal phone numbers and home addresses of Twitter users:

Daily Mail hack boasts about being able to ‘trace’ personal phone numbers of Twitter users

My polite enquiry resulted in extremely aggressive trolling from her and a handful of her supporters as well as a threat to sue me for libel if I continued “being an idiot” as she put it:

Mail hack threatens to sue me for asking how she traced Twitter users’ personal information

That was 5 days ago – the trolling and insults have continued by her and her few friends and if anything have been getting worse.

So I thought I should share some of the choicest insults with you (trigger warning – bad language, violent imagery and aggression):


A lot of people have asked me why I haven’t blocked any of them.

Well, actually, trolling doesn’t really bother me personally – sticks and stones and all that – but it can have devastating consequences in some cases.

I also wanted everyone to see what you get when you dare to ask a journalist in the UK how she managed to trace Twitter users’ personal information.

This is the current state of civil liberties in the UK – where to even dare to ask about them is to invite bullying and insults.

Have the UK gutter press learned nothing after what they did to Milly Dowler’s family?


I’ll write more tomorrow about the real reason I might have been targeted for such relentless and aggressive trolling.


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