Topic: Rehtaeh parsons

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Canada sees thousands of revenge porn and sext cases in 5 years

Five years after the sharing of intimate images or videos without consent became a crime in Canada, police forces have received more than 5,000 complaints.
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Rehtaeh Parsons' death changed the conversation about sexual assault and consent

When Rehtaeh Parsons died following a suicide attempt, a national conversation was sparked on how people address sexual assault and consent. The outrage over her death, and what led to it, is still felt five years later, especially in her home community of Cole Harbour, N.S. CBC News spoke to family and friends of Parsons' about her legacy.
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Girl on Fire program finds success among female students at Sackville High

Listen and watch members of Girl on Fire at Sackville High School talk about consent, sexual assault and Rehtaeh Parsons.

Man convicted in Rehtaeh Parsons case accused of Eastern Passage robbery

A man convicted of distributing child pornography in the Rehtaeh Parsons case is in trouble with the law again, accused of robbing a pedestrian in Eastern Passage earlier this week.

Rehtaeh Parsons memorial walk held in Cole Harbour

More than 50 people gathered in Cole Harbour Saturday for a walk honouring Rehtaeh Parsons.
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Publication ban lifted, Rehtaeh Parsons can be named without prosecution - Dec 18, 2014

For months the media couldn't say the name Rehtaeh Parsons with a publication ban in effect. That ban was lifted yesterday. Today, the late teen's father, Glen Canning, shares his thoughts about restoring his daughter's name to the discussion on suicide.

Cyberbullying has 'hugely disproportionate impact on women and girls'

A Vancouver-based advocacy group says the suicides of young women such as Amanda Todd aren't merely the result of cyberbullying, but a reflection of the widespread problem of cyber misogyny.
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Rehtaeh Parsons suspect facing new charges

One of the teens originally charged in the case is now accused of threatening to kill the girl's father
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Cyberbullying summit

Summit in Charlottetown drew hundreds to hear personal stories about online harassment

Rehtaeh Parsons Facebook ad a 'textbook' case of online photo abuse

The discovery of an image of Rehtaeh Parsons, the Nova Scotia teen who died in April, in an online dating ad on Facebook has outraged her parents and put the social media site on the defensive. Experts say it’s yet more proof that it is almost impossible to control where images uploaded to the internet ultimately end up.
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Rehtaeh Parsons's father receives death threat

Police are investigating after Glen Canning reportedly received an online death threat
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Rehtaeh Parsons's mom on Dr. Phil

TV therapist facing criticism over tweet asking if it is OK to have sex with a drunk girl
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Rehtaeh Parsons suspects face child porn charges

Two 18-year-old suspects expected to appear in court Thursday
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Police role in Rehtaeh Parsons case

N.S. police and public prosecution's investigation to be examined by Ontario reviewer
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Cyber Safety Act: How effective will it be?

The RCMP and Halifax police have made 2 arrests in the Rehtaeh Parsons’ case. It comes a day after Nova Scotia announced new laws which could see cyberbullies and their parents legally punished. Will the new Cyber Safety Act prevent other cases?
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N.S. introduces new cyberbullying laws

Nova Scotia creates cyberbullying legislation in aftermath of the death of Rehtaeh Parsons
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Hospital denies strip-search

Rehtaeh Parsons' father says she was strip-searched by 2 men at IWK Health Centre in 2012
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Rehtaeh's father speaks out

The father of Rehtaeh Parsons says his teenage daughter was strip-searched by two men while receiving treatment for suicidal thoughts
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PM meets crime victims

Stephen Harper makes remarks to start a round table discussion with victims of crime
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N.S. tackles cyberbullying

MLA Marilyn More gives details about Canada's 1st cyberbullying investigative unit
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Rehtaeh's family in Ottawa

The parents of Rehtaeh Parsons are demanding news laws to help stop the cyberbullying they say was responsible for their daughter's suicide.
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Push for cyberbullying law

Nova Scotia Premier Darrell Dexter discusses legal reforms to prevent cyberbullying
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Another family grieves

In a story shockingly similar to that of Nova Scotia's Rehtaeh Parsons, the family of an American teen says she too was bullied to the point where she took her own life.
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3 to Watch

Wendy Mesley is joined by three panelists to talk about the big stories coming up this week: the attack ads targeting new Liberal leader Justin Trudeau, the suicide of Nova Scotia teen Rehtaeh Parsons and Justin Bieber's message about Anne Frank.
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Farewell to Rehtaeh

Hundreds packed a Halifax church to say goodbye to Rehtaeh Parsons, the Nova Scotia teen who took her own life after allegedly being sexually assaulted and bullied.

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