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On the Net, reactions pour in on Rutgers webcam trial verdict

Dharun Ravi, a Rutgers University student charged with bias intimidation, stands up after the jury leaves to begin deliberations in the Superior Court of New Jersey in Middlesex County, New Brunswick March 14, 2012. A jury on Wednesday began deciding whether Ravi committed a hate crime when he used a webcam to spy on his college roommate Tyler Clementi kissing another man in a case that put a national spotlight on gay bullying when Clementi committed suicide days later.. REUTERS/ Mark Dye  (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION)
Dharun Ravi, a Rutgers University student charged with bias intimidation, stands up after the jury leaves to begin deliberations in the Superior Court of New Jersey in Middlesex County, New Brunswick March 14, 2012. A jury on Wednesday began deciding whether Ravi committed a hate crime when he used a webcam to spy on his college roommate Tyler Clementi kissing another man in a case that put a national spotlight on gay bullying when Clementi committed suicide days later.. REUTERS/ Mark Dye (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION)MARK DYE / Reuters

The verdict returned Friday against Dharun Ravi, a former Rutgers University student who spied on the sexual tryst of Tyler Clementi, a roommate who later committed suicide, made for fast and furious conversation on the Web.

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