Well, this is interesting. In the Fall 2012 issue of the University of San Francisco Law Review, there is an article by Arthur Gaus on the dangers of trolling attacks, “Trolling Attacks and the Need for New Approaches to Privacy Torts.” The article appears from pages 353 to 376, and it’s a fascinating read, which I fully recommend.
But to be honest, what caught our attention is this citation, on page 374:
Jeromie Williams is cited for his post about a trolling attack which he supported and actively participated in.
How’s that for irony?