The plot centres around an expelled university student from Warsaw who attempts to steer the internet, causing widespread hatred and violence. Tomasz Giemza, a disgraced law student obsessed with the progressive, upper-class Krasucki family, takes a job at a public relations company. What seemed like just another assignment turns out to be a quickly developing troll farm , where he excels in the business of spreading fake news and online hatred targeting famous personalities, internet celebrities and politicians. With time, Tomasz begins to use his newly acquired skills in order to stalk, harass and ultimately control the Krasuckis. Principal photography began on 28 October and ended on 22 December. The Hater is considered a sequel or a spin-off to Komasa's previous film Suicide Room
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People with learning disabilities continue to be failed by police forces, with many neither properly investigating disability hate crimes or treating victims as credible witnesses, according to a report by Mencap. The charity has launched a three-year campaign to ensure offences are treated as seriously as those motivated by racism or homophobia. The report found that even after high-profile cases such as that of Fiona Pilkington , police too often underplay long-running campaigns of harassment or abuse against people with learning disabilities. The issue attracted national attention in when an inquest found that police had failed Pilkington, who killed herself and her severely disabled teenage daughter in a burning car after the family endured years of near-constant torment from local youths. The Mencap report, Don't Stand By, uncovered some examples of good police practice. But it also found a more general pattern of patchy and inconsistent responses to crimes affecting people with learning disabilities within many of the 14 English police forces it investigated. A number had little apparent understanding of the particular needs of victims and the assistance they might require in reporting offences.
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In this fictional case, the CEO of a sports apparel manufacturer is faced with an ongoing conflict between two of his top executives. The CEO, who tends to avoid conflict himself, is struggling with how to respond. His options include changing the company compensation scheme to encourage better collaboration, firing the two leaders, getting them each a coach, and doing more team building activities.
This article originally appeared at ScheerPost. Used by permission. Robert Aaron Long, 21, charged with murdering eight victims, six of whom were Asian women, at three Atlanta-area massage parlors, told police that he carried out the killings to eliminate the temptations that fed his sexual addiction. His church, Crabapple First Baptist Church, in Milton, Georgia, which opposes sex outside of marriage, issued a statement condemning the shootings as "unacceptable and contrary to the gospel. The church, however, also immediately took down its web site and removed videos, including one that was captured by The Washington Post before it was deleted where the church's pastor, the Rev.