Howlin doorstep 11.45am on Bill to tackle online harassment

Labour Trade Unionists
30 January 2018

Labour Party legislation to tackle online harassment, stalking, cyber-bullying and so-called ‘revenge porn’ will be debated during Private Members’ time in the Dáil this afternoon.

The Harassment and Related Offences Bill 2017 seeks to modernise existing harassment laws to cover modern technology and social media, and follows recommendations made by the Law Reform Commission in its report on Harmful Communications and Digital Strategy.

Deputies Brendan Howlin and Justice spokesperson Seán Sherlock will be available to speak to reporters on the Leinster House plinth ahead of the debate this morning (Wednesday) at 11.45am.

What: Labour Party doorstep ahead of PMB

Where: Leinster House plinth

When: 11.45am, Wednesday January 31st, 2018

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