Facebook 'abuse' woman welcomes arrest of man

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A woman from Sussex who is spearheading a campaign against online bullying said the arrest of a man was a "significant breakthrough".

Nicola Brookes told police her account and emails were hacked after writing in support of singer Frankie Cocozza on Facebook.

In June, a High Court judge ordered Facebook to reveal the IP addresses of those alleged to have hounded her.

A 32-year-old from Birmingham was arrested and later bailed.

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