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According to the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), however, the crime of "sextortion" is investigated quite successfully.
Following an investigation by Facebook's security unit, whose report was forwarded by U. authorities to the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre attached to the British National Crime Agency, and then to Dutch authorities, in January 2014 Dutch police arrested a man in a case involving multiple victims in the Netherlands, U.
A member of Anonymous had attempted to dissuade the group from publishing the information, saying that they had the right person, but that the address being published belonged to someone else, not the target.
Slate reported that the person who was actually responsible turned out to be 19 rather than 32.
The group published the Vancouver-area man's name and address on the Internet, resulting in the man's receipt of online threats of vigilante justice.
After investigating the tip, police determined that the allegations were unfounded, and said that "false information that is being spread by people who appear to be trying to use Amanda's story to do harm or make a profit" was one of the challenges they faced.
Within twenty-four hours of the appeal, over 400 tips were received.
According to the CBC news program, The Fifth Estate, the RCMP were contacted repeatedly that the juvenile was being sexually extorted by an adult male, and in response the RCMP told the family there was "nothing that could be done" about it.
Todd's mother Carol established the Amanda Todd Trust, receiving donations to support anti-bullying awareness education and programs for young people with mental health problems.
On September 7, 2012, Todd posted a 9-minute You Tube video entitled My Story: Struggling, bullying, suicide and self-harm, which showed her using a series of flashcards to tell of her experiences being bullied.
Michelle Dean of The New Yorker compared Todd's death to the suicide of Tyler Clementi.
In an early piece questioning the assumptions of perpetrators of nonconsensual pornography, she quotes Mary Anne Franks: Women have become, as Franks put it, "unwilling avatars", unable to control their own images online, and then told to put up with it for the sake of "freedom", for the good of the community.