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Nations worldwide are struggling to address issues such as harassment, defamation or revenge pornography. Online abuse is rife on social media and other sites across the globe but countries are attempting to deal with it in very different ways. Ding Jinhao, a teenager from the city of Nanjing, understands the dangers better than most. So ferocious was the offensive against Ding that his family was forced to issue an online apology for his behaviour. Beijing, despite boasting an immense army of online censors and perhaps the most sophisticated internet censorship apparatus on Earth, has been slow to react to the growing tide of online abuse.