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refers to the intentional sending of erotic, pornographic, lewd, and lascivious images and digital recordings by a harasser to specific or potential victims.
Graphic harassment often occurs via email, instant messaging, redirected/automatic linking, and pop-ups.
The website was used by Continental employees, including pilots and crew members, and was created for the purposes of learning flight schedules and assignments.
Additionally, the company's Internet service provider (Compu Serve) created a forum available to employees which enabled them to virtually exchange ideas and information.
Another common form of Internet harassment occurs when a victim is subject to unwanted, abusive, threatening or obscene messages and/or comments on internet forums, blogs, and discussion boards.
Such messages often: Sexual coercion is the least common form of sexual harassment encountered on the Internet.
Sexual coercion uses various means online to obtain sexual cooperation by placing pressure on a victim.
In 1993, Blakey filed a complaint for sexual discrimination in violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act.
During litigation, Blakey's co-workers continued to make harassing, gender-based messages aimed at her, which were posted on a company website.
The forum operated as an online bulletin board where employees could post messages to one another.