Ruth Mouchner (45 years old) I’m done! The TV presenter (“The Masked Singer”) published an open letter to German Interior Minister Nancy Wieser (51) and Justice Minister Marco Buschmann (44). Reason: A year ago, Mouchner filed a sexual harassment complaint based on messages she received on social media. But nothing has happened until today.
In her open letter, the TV star conveyed some of the messages she received. It says, for example, “I’m getting a fill of Coke on your photos now.” Or: “I would like to hit you. I’m sure you’ll do well.”
“Poverty Certificate for Germany”
Muschner doesn’t want to put up with that. But: “The current criminal prosecution of cybercrime is a sign of poverty in Germany.” “Only a few emails” to the Facebook group, to which Instagram belongs, were written on their ads. The company, which now calls itself Meta, did not even respond to this.
The mediator therefore supports the amendment of German law enforcement law. The law makes it easier to take action against online hate and harassment. In February, it will be tightened even more. For example, companies such as Facebook or Google should be obligated to automatically transfer user data to the Federal Criminal Police Office in cases that are potentially criminally relevant.
Moschner would welcome the move. Here I am calling on the Federal Ministry of Justice and the Interior: create new conditions. Investigate the matter as required by a criminal offense here in Germany. (…) If you do not have to face any consequences of a crime on the Internet, you will be stunned.” (Klm)
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