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The rise of online trolling and why it must be stopped

OPINION: There needs to be more tolerance for different views.

About a month ago, at the height of the protests on Parliament lawns, I participated in a regular radio panel that turned rather fiery. Passionate arguing is not usually my style but I felt the left-wing commentator’s views on the protestors was so abhorrent that I, frankly, just

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