Japan’s new tougher cyberbullying laws prompted after Hana Kimura’s suicide sparks free speech debate

Anyone convicted of using abusive language to insult a person in a public setting, including online, now face up to one year behind bars or a fine of up to US$2,236. Previously, a conviction could have led to a maximum prison term of 30 days or a fine of US$75.

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