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ZARA - Zivilcourage und Anti-Rassismus-Arbeit Sep 4
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ɾʃɐdS sǝuuɐɥoſ - mutmaßlich Sep 4
Replying to @RolandGiersig
Diverse live-ticker zum
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Marion Holy Sep 4
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Lea Six Oct 9
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Radosław Żak Sep 4
Last exit: Chewbacca defense.
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Michaela Maya Sep 4
Today, a process against a women began. She had made harrassing/sexually explicit messages she had received on facebook public - with the name and busniess details of the sender. For that, HE sued HER - for damages to his business and his family.
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KlStasny Oct 9
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Flotation81 Oct 9
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H M Müller Sep 5
Richter mit Humor im Fall Sigi - I like it!
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Denise Hruby Sep 4
With that translation it sounds more like the Italian mafia is on trial, not an Austrian Green Party politician.
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Fano Ali Oct 9
Personality worthy of follow-up (wonderful) 👍🏻✨. ⁦
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@pascoda@chaos.social Sep 4
Seriously. Das ist alles so absurd.
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Data Robot Oct 9
Trending now in EUROPE 🇦🇹: 🇧🇪: 🇩🇰: 🇩🇪: 🇮🇪: 🇫🇷:
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marlenka🏳️‍🌈 Oct 9
Ausgang got me feeling like :‘0 !! &can’t believe we’d fall this deep in Austria too :/
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jfkr_ Oct 9
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Luca Hammer Oct 12
Similarly to Germany, in Switzerland you can report someone who insulted you in private. Only in Austria it needs a third party witnessing the insult. Fun fact: “kein Ehrenmann” is a punishable insult.
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Corinna Orbesz 🔴 Oct 9
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Nagashi Oct 9
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Volksverpetzer Oct 9
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Luca Hammer Oct 10
An alternative to getting proof who was harassing you before making it public, is to ask them how they meant it.
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