Harassment Clause

The crime of harassment (which can include stalking, hate crimes, and cyberbullying) occurs when one person acts in a way designed to annoy, provoke, threaten, or otherwise cause another person emotional distress. State laws and some federal laws identify multiple ways in which harassment can be committed.

Repeated acts or a pattern of behavior in order for a defendant to be found guilty of harassment. But where the activity involves physical contact, the threat of violence, or conduct likely to provoke a violent reaction, harassment statutes typically require only a single incident

Free speech

First Amendment free speech principles may come to the aid in some cases. Although both the federal and state constitutions protect the freedom of speech, the freedom is not absolute. Whether a particular communication constitutes free speech, or crosses the line into criminal conduct, often turns on whether the communication is deemed to be for a legitimate purpose.


WDG LLC will follow all laws in accordance to cyber bullying. If a member of the community feels this is happening, they must take pictures of the conversation and or voice recordings for their evidence. All Evidence must be then submitted to WDG LLC council (President/CEO) or future designated person WDG LLC puts incharge. WDG LLC will complete its own investigation and found true will permanently ban the member and keep the files on hand if the Member chooses to pursue legal action against that member.