Attorneys for Dharun Ravi, the former Rutgers student who set up a webcam to spy on gay freshman Tyler Clementi, have appealed Ravi's 2012 convictions for invasion of privacy.
NEWARK - A New Jersey appeals court will decide whether a former Rutgers University student convicted of spying on a roommate who later committed suicide will be retried, be resentenced or have his conviction invalidated. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. Show More Summary
The conviction of Dharun Ravi, the Rutgers student who spied on Tyler Clementi in an encounter with another man, may be overturned in the coming months. After Clementi committed suicide in 2010, Ravi was convicted of bias intimidation, tampering with evidence, witness tampering and hindering a prosecution. A three-judge panel will consider whether Judge Glenn... Read more »
A three-judge panel on a New Jersey appeals court will consider whether ex-Rutgers student Dharun Ravi be retried, be resentenced or have his conviction invalidated following a hearing yesterday in Newark, MyCentralJersey.com reports:...Show More Summary
Dharun Ravi secretly broadcast online images of roommate Tyler Clementi in an intimate encounter with another man.
Remember Dharun Ravi, the heartless prick who set up a webcam in his Rutgers dorm room to spy on his gay roommate a few years back? The roommate, Tyler Clementi, jumped off the GW bridge after Ravi invited people to view the webcam feed and humiliated Clementi on social media. The case and subsequent trial […]
Jane Clementi reveals why she nearly killed herself after her son Tyler's suicideand what she wants for his webcam persecutor.
This weekend, policymakers, political and business leaders, attorneys, teachers, and students gathered to address this alarming trend at the first ever Tyler Clementi Internet Safety Conference on Cyberharasssment.
Tyler Clementi, who died by suicide September 22, 2010, brought national attention to an epidemic of cyberharassment that hurts women and LGBTQ youth most of all. In his honor, I have launched the Tyler Clementi Institute for Internet...Show More Summary
The Tyler Clementi Foundation brought people together this past weekend to help fight cyberbullying.
Dear New York Law School: Should law schools really take the lead in promoting unconstitutional curbs on online speech? [Scott Greenfield] Related, at least tangentially: a United Nations report on “cyberviolence” is cartoonishly bad...Show More Summary
Today, HRC honors World Suicide Prevention Day. We pause in a moment of solidarity to honor those members of the LGBTQ community we have lost, including Tyler Clementi, Adam Kizer and Alyssa Morgan.
As the fifth anniversary of Tyler Clementi’s tragic death approaches in September, HRC is proud to join The Tyler Clementi Foundation in support of a new anti-bullying campaign, #Day1.
The HRC Foundation is proud to partner with the Tyler Clementi foundation in support of their new anti-bullying campaign, #Day 1.
"I needed to try to pull my life back together, ’cause it was shattered into a million pieces.”
In a powerful interview with “CBS Sunday Morning,” Tyler Clementi's parents talked about how his suicide still haunts them and unveiled a new anti-bullying initiative. NorthJersey.com reports on the interview:... Ridgewood residents Joseph and Jane Clementi discussed how hard...
Lena Hall & The Deafening, Photo: Spotlight On TV The spotlights were bright on Broadway at the Diamond Horseshoe, and they were shining for the Tyler Clementi Foundation. Broadway the Hardway, in association with Queen of the Night,...Show More Summary
Today, lawmakers introduced important legislation to curb harassment and cyberbullying at colleges and universities.
When Jane Clementi's son Tyler went off to Rutgers University in fall 2010 and began playing violin for a school orchestra composed primarily of upperclassmen and graduate students, she thought the skill he had been perfecting since age 3 — even teaching himself how to play while...
Jane Clementi speaks to The Advocate about this Saturday's musical tribute to her son. read more