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Michelle Dean of The New Yorker compared Todd's death to the suicide of Tyler Clementi.In an early piece questioning the assumptions of perpetrators of nonconsensual pornography, she quotes Mary Anne Franks: Women have become, as Franks put it, "unwilling avatars", unable to control their own images online, and then told to put up with it for the sake of "freedom", for the good of the community....[But] whatever Amanda Todd might have been thinking, whatever else might be true, she did get one thing out of this: Amanda Todd did manage to, just once, tell her own story. Vancouver Magazine entitled a piece on Todd "The Girl Who Woke Up the World"; in 2012 she was the third-most Googled person, and by 2013 vigils had been held in 38 countries.She got to drown out the version of her that strangers had put out on the Web. Her mother herself continues to be the subject of cyber-stalking.According to the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), however, the crime of "sextortion" is investigated quite successfully.
Police removed the images and shut down the boy's Facebook page.
That information was provided to law enforcement as well as child welfare agencies.
According to the CBC news program, The Fifth Estate, the RCMP were contacted repeatedly that the juvenile was being sexually extorted by an adult male, and in response the RCMP told the family there was "nothing that could be done" about it.
What the guy did was he went online to the kids who went to (the new school) and said that he was going to be a new student – that he was starting school the following week and that he wanted some friends and could they friend him on Facebook.
He eventually gathered people's names and sent Todd's video to her new school", including students, teachers and parents.