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  Let's start with things that you must not do ::

 

1. DO NOT CONTACT THE WEBSITE OWNER. While it may be mildly therapeutic to tell them what you think of them and their actions, you will be alerting them to their discovery and they may remove the offensive i...nformation.

2. DO NOT FLAG THE WEBSITE FOR REMOVAL FROM A PUBLIC SITE such as Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, or others, as that may permanently delete evidence needed to build a case against the offender.

3. DO NOT SHARE the information with others,or just what to do not do /or to do in private threads with people able to help .

 because some people they may act in either of the above ways which will defeat your purpose.

Important : Sharing the website may also increase traffic to the website in question which may support the offender or excite the offender.

4. DO NOT CREATE AN ONLINE PETITION for the same reasons as listed above.

Now you must collect your evidence

Collect as much information as possible. If you are lacking some of the information listed below, you should still share the information that you do have, and a link to the website with the appropriate reporting agency.

1. Download as much of the information from the website, IE photos, videos, etc. as you can and save them.

2. Print out copies of the offending pages.

3. Be sure to have as much personal information on the person running the website as possible including, but not limited to, the name, contact information, and location.

4. Try to determine if the offender is within the United States or elsewhere.
5. Try to determine the offender's ISP address. You can do this at http://www.dnsstuff.com/ . Instructions for using dnsstuff are here http://www.peta.org/action /get-active-online/cruelty -on-the-internet.aspx . I was unable to obtain this information for my report, so this is not a mandatory step.

 

 Animal abuses and Crush videos : on Internet :

  http://isabella-vegan-page2.over-blog.com/article-animal-abuses-and-crush-videos-on-internet-68626511.html

  http://www.americanhumane.org/animals/stop-animal-abuse/fact-sheets/reporting-internet-animal-abuse.html

 

FBI :

 
http://www.ic3.gov/complaint/default.aspx

 
more infos here :http://www.ic3.gov/

  and  

 http://www.justice.gov/criminal/cybercrime/reporting.htm#cc

 
Crimes  in  USA  and /or international crimes  

   

Send message to INTERPOL

here : http://www.interpol.int/public/mail/mail3.asp?id=info

 
FBI : https://tips.fbi.gov/

 

If I see animal cruelty on the Internet, what should I do?

1 : Keeping  on mind :

DO NOT CONTACT  THE ABUSERS or LET messages on pages/groups/sites..

If he is alerted he can remove  the video/photos/ each proof !

He can move to an other place too!

 

2 : Call the local  police if possible

AND:

 

3 :

  • Immediately contact the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3), a partnership between the FBI and the National White Collar Crime Center, at http://www.ic3.gov/.
  •  
  • The website will direct you to the page where you can file your complaint.
  •  
  • At first glance, it may appear that the website will only consider complaints of Internet monetary fraud. However, IC3 is the proper venue for all Internet crimes, including animal abuse.
  • IC3 can best process your complaint if the information you provide is as detailed and complete as possible. This includes providing the complete URL (website address) for the website that displayed the suspected animal cruelty.
  • Even if you are located outside the United States, IC3 will review your report as long as the suspected abuser is located in the United States.

What happens after I file a report with the IC3?

  • IC3 will email your report ID and password to you, along with a link to an area on the IC3 website where you can view your report and enter any additional information.
  • Upon receipt of your report, IC3 will carefully evaluate it and refer it to the appropriate federal, state, local or international law enforcement or regulatory agencies.
  •  Every report that is referred is sent to one or more law enforcement or regulatory agencies that have jurisdiction over the matter.
  •  At that point, the report may be assigned to an investigator. IC3 cannot guarantee that your complaint will be investigated.

4 : What else can I do?

  • Because abusive content often violates the user agreement that the creator of the website has signed with the Internet Service Provider (ISP), notifying the ISP about the abusive content may result in the website being removed from the Internet.
  • To make a report to the ISP, you need to determine who hosts the website.
  •  
  • To do that, go to http://www.domaintools.com/, enter the website URL in the “Whois Lookup” search box and click on the search button.
  •  
  •  Scroll down the results page until you find the numerical Internet Protocol (IP) address assigned to the website.
  •  
  • Then go to http://www.arin.net/ (American Registry for Internet Numbers) and enter that IP address in the “Search WHOIS” box and click on the search button. The search results page will provide information about the ISP that hosts the website.
  • The page also might display information about how to report abuse. If it does not, go to www.search.org/programs/hightech/isp and find the complete contact information for the ISP on the list.
  •  
  •  All of this information should also be included in your FBI complaint form, where possible.
  • If you believe an animal is in immediate harm, and if the location is known, contact local police and your local FBI branch office as soon as possible. To locate your local FBI branch, visit http://www.fbi.gov/contact/fo/fo.htm.

 

 

here more links for reporting or  for having more  informations :

  

http://www.stopcrush.org/?page_id=194


http://www.americanhumane.org/about-us/newsroom/fact-sheets/internet-animal-abuse.html

 http://www.aspca.org/fight-animal-cruelty/reporting-cruelty-faq.html

http://www.aspca.org/fight-animal-cruelty/cruelty-pledge-cat.html

https://www.ecops.be/webforms/Default.aspx?Lang=FR

http://www.pet-abuse.com/pages/animal_cruelty/reporting_abuse/cruel_websites.php

 

 

PETA:    PETA abuse


info@peta.org

http://www.peta.org/actioncenter/onlinecruelty.asp

http://www.peta.org/about/c-contact.asp

 RSPCA

international@rspca.org

 

Mercy For Animals

 Email: Info@MercyForAnimals.org 

 

The Humane Society of the United States

Email :humanesociety@humanesociety.org

 IDA_USA_In Defense of Animals
3010 Kerner Blvd, San Rafael,
California 94901
Tel.: +1 415 448 0048
Fax: +1 415 454 1031
idainfo@idausa.org

Contacts:

http://www.idausa.org/contact.html

IDA _ MEDIA INQUIRIES
Rachel Weil
Weil Public Relations
rachel@weilpr.com
or 818-341-3646

 

***  sample letter to send

 

Subj : Cruelty or Crush Video or  what is concerning your report

 

Put all your informations about the criminals, including site link

and IP address if you have .

 

"To Whom It May Concern:

I have been notified of a particular website that depicts violent acts of animal cruelty. These images are extremely disturbing and clearly establish blatant and vicious crimes against animals; once you review the provided material, you will understand this is demonstrative of unlawful acts of animal cruelty as established by the AWA and relevant local and international statutes. I respectfully request that your resources be applied to investigating and prosecuting these perpetrators and disbanding the website.

Thank you for your time and attention."

Name

Country

 

 

How does the law currently handle Internet animal cruelty?

 

 

Because communications through the Internet have the ability to cross state lines, the Internet is largely governed by federal law.

 Improving the federal laws as they pertain to Internet animal abuse is critical. Currently, only a few federal laws address the issue directly:

  • The Crush Act (P.L.106-152) penalizes the display of acts of cruelty and sexual abuse of animals that is intended for interstate commerce. If convicted, offenders may receive up to five years in prison or a large fine.
  •  
  • Two criteria must be met before this statute applies: 1) actual abuse must occur and 2) the website in question must intend to sell the images across state lines.
  •  
  •  In other words, a website may legally display images of animal cruelty and sexual abuse under this law as long as it is not charging visitors for access or otherwise selling the images. In 2005, the first conviction under this statute occurred in a federal district court in Virginia.
  • The Animal Fighting Prohibition Enforcement Act (P.L. 110-27) strengthens the ability of law enforcement to combat animal fighting by providing felony penalties for interstate commerce, import and export related to animal fighting activities, including commerce in cockfighting weapons. Each violation of this federal law is punishable by up to three years in prison and up to a $250,000 fine for perpetrators.
  • Internet Hunting: The Computer-Assisted Remote Hunting Act (H.R. 2711/S. 2422) is a pending federal bill introduced by Rep. Brad Sherman (D-CA) and Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI).
  •  
  •  It seeks to prohibit knowingly making available a “computer-assisted remote hunt” (using a computer or other device, equipment or software to control the aiming and discharge of a weapon to hunt).

 

Important links here :

 

http://www.stopcrush.org/?page_id=194

 

http://www.peta.org/action/get-active-online/cruelty-on-the-internet.aspx

 

*** : http://www.americanhumane.org/about-us/newsroom/fact-sheets/internet-animal-abuse.html

where i copied the englist text

 

Here an important note from Joanna KARA :

http://www.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=460368273804

 

  http://www.nansealove.com/stopcrush.html

 

 

 ***Pet abuse Pet-Aduse

info@pet-abuse.com

 

*** Animal Cruelty Outside Of The United States

What  other groups work to end cruelty in other countries?


You may wish to contact the following organizations for overseas and international assistance:

 

International Fund for Animals (IFAW)
(800) 932-IFAW
http://www.ifaw.org/

World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA)
(800) 883-9772
http://www.wspa-usa.org/

World Wildlife Fund (WWF)
(800) CALL-WWF
http://www.worldwildlife.org

 

 *** CONTACT THE MEDIAS  ( first if you can you call the police )

 

ex : if you learn an abuse case in  Malaysia   contact  the most important  newspaper in Kuala Lampur

in giving all the infos ( copy the photos, keep  the evidences in your computer for your reports )

 

*** SHARE with your communities online ( friends, blogs, post on Facebook _only on private threads _because if you put a name on Facebook walls  /Myspace/Twitter ect..the .criminals  will be ALERTED !.

or  sharing  in others places ***warning people to do not contact the abusers .

 

 

*** ASK FOR STRICTER LAWS  TO PROTECT ANIMALS.

 

 

*** ASK  MAXIMUM PENALTIES against  abusers

 

Quand ces criminels sont arrêtés , groupez vous, faites des pétitions pour demander le maximum de la peine .

Des organisations et Associations peuvent se porter partie civile : contactez les aussi.

 

PETITION TO SIGN :

 

It's back in the Senate's hands to help stop this extreme form of animal torture. Please contact your Senators today and ask them to support passage of H.R. 5566.

Thank you for supporting this important legislation and speaking out against animal cruelty,

 petition  here :

 http://animals.change.org/petitions/view/final_push_to_outlaw_animal_crush_videos?share_source

 

  

 

 

 

 

***Here are some websites with additional information regarding the reporting of online animal abuse and cruelty:

http://www.americanhumane. org/about-us/newsroom/fact-sheets/internet-animal-abuse.html

http://www.aspca.org/fight-animal-cruelty/...online-cruelty.html

http://www.humanesociety.org/issues/abuse_neglect/tips/internet_animal_cruelty.html

and

http://www.peta.org/action/get-active-online/cruelty-on-the-internet.aspx

The following is interesting information from the American Humane Website that defines what animal related actions are considered to be illegal over the Internet:

"Because communications through the Internet have the ability to cross state lines, the Internet is largely governed by federal law. Improving the federal laws as they pertain to Internet animal abuse is critical. Currently, only a few federal laws address the issue directly:

****The Crush Act (P.L.106-152) penalizes the display of acts of cruelty and sexual abuse of animals that is intended for interstate commerce. If convicted, offenders may receive up to five years in prison or a large fine. Two criteria must be met before this statute applies: 1) actual abuse must occur and 2) the website in question must intend to sell the images across state lines. In other words, a website may legally display images of animal cruelty and sexual abuse under this law as long as it is not charging visitors for access or otherwise selling the images. In 2005, the first conviction under this statute occurred in a federal district court in Virginia. (It has come to my attention that this Act has been nullified by our supreme court.

Please read more at http://vetrescue.blogspot.com/2010/10/crush-videos-silent-but-deadly.html .)

The Animal Fighting Prohibition Enforcement Act (P.L. 110-27) strengthens the ability of law enforcement to combat animal fighting by providing felony penalties for interstate commerce, import and export related to animal fighting activities, including commerce in cockfighting weapons. Each violation of this federal law is punishable by up to three years in prison and up to a $250,000 fine for perpetrators.

Internet Hunting: The Computer-Assisted Remote Hunting Act (H.R. 2711/S. 2422) is a pending federal bill introduced by Rep. Brad Sherman (D-CA) and Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI). It seeks to prohibit knowingly making available a “computer-assisted remote hunt” (using a computer or other device, equipment or software to control the aiming and discharge of a weapon to hunt)."

If you are aware of information that I should include in this blog, or if I have posted incorrect information, feel free to discuss it with me so I can correct it. I want this information to be as complete, accurate, and effective as possible.

While I cannot guarantee that any of these organizations will act or respond in the way we hope or expect them to, we must do our part to get the wheel in motion.

*** Do not let your silence let an animal abuser go unpunished.



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