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Recently, New Party Chairman Yu Muming announced the list of "non-regional legislators" in the 2020 general election in Taiwan. (Image source: New Party Facebook homepage)
China Taiwan Net, December 6 According to a report by Taiwan ’s “Central News Agency”, New Party spokesman Wang Bingzhong said today (6th) that if the New Party enters Taiwan ’s “Legislative Yuan” in the future, it will promote the draft “Anti-Internet Bullying Law”. Qiu Yi, a candidate for the New Party's "non-regional legislators", further stated that in order to obtain the effect of intimidation, a "whipping law" will be added, so as to curb the bad wind of cyberbullying.
In recent days, Yang Jieru, a "kami god" who is inextricably linked to the DPP, has been exposed on the island because of the suicide of Taiwanese staff in Japan due to the operation of Internet public opinion. Yang Ye's case continued to ferment, and the issue of cyberbullying was also hotly debated by Taiwanese society. New Party members such as Wang Bingzhong and Qiu Yi held a press conference on the morning of the 6th, announcing that if the new party enters the "Legislative Yuan" in the future, it will give priority to promoting the draft "Anti-Internet Bullying Law."
The "Draft Against Cyberbullying" proposed by the New Party clearly states that no one shall be under the instructions, commission or funding of cyberbullying organizations to infringe the reputation of others in any illegal manner; those who violate the regulations shall be sentenced to imprisonment of not more than 5 years, detention or imprisonment or A fine of less than NT $ 5 million will be imposed; for the first plot of cyberbullying, the use of cyberbullying to cause death to the deceased, and the violation of minors, etc., the punishment shall be increased.
Qiu Yi said that although Yang Yanru and Wang Jun were indicted this time, they were very disappointed after reading the content of the indictment. Because Yang Ye was prosecuted for "insulting the Public Office and civil servants," and the criminal liability was very light. This had no intimidating effect on cyberbullying and could not curb the deteriorating cyberbullying. Therefore, at this point in time, the New Party proposed the "Anti-Cyberbullying Law" and promised that entering the "Legislative Yuan" in the future would give priority to promoting the law.
Qiu Yi emphasized that in order to receive intimidation, a “whipping law” will be introduced, and the cyberbullying conspiracy, continuous offenders, and the dead should be given a Singapore-style whipping, so as to curb such crooked winds. . (He Jianfeng, Taiwan Network of China)
[Responsible editor: He Jianfeng]