Prison and tougher penalties for cyberbullying in Japan after tragic death of Netflix star Hana Kimura

Efforts to tackle cyberbullying, including prison terms of up to a year and fines as much as US$2,200, come into effect on Thursday. Change sought since young star committed suicide after receiving hateful messages on social media.

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