Service of injunction against an internet troll via Instagram for the first time in internet history

Occasionally, it might take some time to uncover the real identify of your internet troll so in the meantime, the courts in the UK allow you to serve in injunction on an unknown user via Instagram. Before serving the injunction, you must make sure that there is an order against Instagram to preserve all the evidence they have in relation to the account which tolls you. In this short version of the video, Yair Cohen, social media lawyer, serves an injunction on an internet troll via Instagram for the first time in the UK legal history.

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