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A Missouri woman accused of contributing to a teenager's suicide by creating a fake MySpace account to taunt the girl pleaded not guilty in federal court June 16, CNET reports. After she was implicated in the hoax aimed at harassing a teenage neighbor, Lori Drew of the St. Louis area was charged with conspiracy and accessing protected computers without authorization to get information used to inflict emotional distress. (See "Woman indicted in MtSpace suicide case.") http://www.eschoolnews.com/news/top-news/index.cfm?i=53829 The case captured the attention of the blogosphere and the world and has led lawmakers to consider legislation aimed at curbing cyber bullying...
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