Hacker group releases online record of second alleged Amanda Todd stalker
The Vancouver area man who was named by the hacker group Anonymous as being Amanda Todd’s tormenter denied the allegations and pointed the finger to another online figure, Viper.
Today Anonymous released detailed online records for Viper, including a profile on an online website known for sharing child pornography.
The records, similar to one released earlier this week by Anonymous linked to another online profile, Kody1206, document a dark side of the Internet, where anonymous cybersurfers capture sexualized images and video of underage youth, sharing them in forums and on websites and seeing their creations lauded in mocking online awards, the “Capper Awards.”
Meanwhile, as the bullying that Amanda endured during her life continues after her death with viscous and vitriolic statements appearing online, a London, Ontario man has lost his job for mocking the dead teen on a memorial page set up in her memory. Amanda, who was 15, died last week, an apparent suicide, after months and years of online stalking and harassment that spilled over into school yard bullying.