Well, well, well. I was just about to go to bed with a cup of cocoa, and this appears:
Note 24 hours later: like all this stuff, it disappears, so unfortunately my witty reply will have gone.
To be honest, we have to laugh, don’t we? Remember, this is a grown man – a University professor no less, specialising in all things technological. I have highlighted the best bits (my response can be seen via the link).
One of your users – https://philipjrose.wordpress.com/ – is harassing my students and the co-instructor of my course at the University of Regina in Canada. He is going after my students in his posts. As well, much of what he posts in his blog is questionably legal. He continues to posts photos of a young girl who committed suicide in Canada (Amanda Todd). He is harassing her mother and posting photos of teens and preteens that are barely clothed. He uses an alias but if you do a Google search on Phillip Rose, many feel that he was one of the antagonizers that brought this young girl to her eventual suicide.
He has attacked us in many ways – Twitter, Google Plus, etc. His Twitter has been taken down, but WordPress is his home base. Please consider reviewing his content and making a call on whether or not his account needs to be terminated.
I can be reached at [email redacted]. I’m also at @courosa on Twitter in case you need to see my credibility. I plan to put in a police report to my local authorities on behalf of my students.
The blog I need help with is etmooc.org.’
To be honest, I admit to being a bit naughty but for fuck’s sake ‘he was one of the antagonizers that brought this young girl to her eventual suicide’. Holey moley, give me strength. Yes that all makes sense, doesn’t it? Christ. Only to lunatics.
‘ I plan to put in a police report to my local authorities on behalf of my students.‘ WTF? Now let’s see what that report might look like:
‘This dastardly criminal did, more than once, comment on public blogs written by University students. Furthermore, he committed the offence of tweeting links to his blog posts and quoting the students’ posts on his blog, knowing full well that this would lead to death and disaster. He also added the students on Google+ (which no-one ever uses) and maliciously ‘liked’ several blog posts’.
Carol Todd/Alec Couros/Katia Hildebrandt/University of Regina: ‘Hang him! Hang him!’.
Reported to the police for what? This is just so bizarre that is just makes me laugh out loud for the gazillionth time.
Well, folks, stay tuned. Who knows how long this blog will last now the cyberpoliz are involved?
Consequences will never be the same.