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Troll's Comments Prompt Author To Pledge Charity Donation For Every Insult

Posted at 8:14AM Wednesday 06 Feb 2013

The internet might have given unprecedented freedom to writers, but with it comes inevitable exposure to trolls. Now one US author has decided to tackle online baiting head-on, in a move that could see payouts of tens of thousands of dollars to four civil rights, women's issues and LGBT charities.

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