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Topic - Amanda Hess
A new study suggests Twitter is leading to divorce and infidelity. But is that completely accurate?
81-year-old Kim Novak, the beautiful starlet from Alfred Hitchcock's "Vertigo," became a target for nasty comments on social media after she presented an award at the Oscars.
Pacific Standard writer Amanda Hess wrote back in January that the law was so grey that she dubbed online harassment "the next civil rights issue" for women.
"The Internet is a global network, but when you pick up the phone to report an online threat ... you end up face-to-face with a cop who patrols a comparatively puny jurisdiction," Hess wrote. "It shouldn’t be Twitter’s responsibility to hunt down and sanction criminals who use its service—that’s what cops are (supposedly) for."