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Legal ‘Gaps’ in Addressing Online Harassment

March 11, 2017

From the Military.com website

Four days after news broke that the U.S. military is conducting a wide-ranging investigation into active-duty Marines who circulated nude and compromising photos of their female colleagues without consent, the issue took center stage in a congressional hearing on military personnel.

In testimony before members of the House Appropriations Committee, Marine Corps Sgt. Maj. Ronald Green, the enlisted adviser to the commandant, expressed concern that the service’s leaders do not have comprehensive legal tools to prosecute the online crimes for which dozens of Marines are being investigated.

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