Historically, as victims of online hate, harassment, and defamation attempted to sue their abusers in court, they often found that either the law had not kept up with advances in technology or authorities were unwilling to utilize existing laws. Lenny Pozner’s dogged pursuit of hoaxers and abusers in court has resulted in a legal precedent which makes it easier for other victims of online abuse to pursue their own abusers.
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Leonard Pozner vs. James Fetzer. State of Wisconsin, Dane County Circuit Court. Case No. 2018-CV-003122
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