Het Schoter, a high school in Haarlem, reported slander and defamation over internet jokes with pictures of teachers. So-called "memes" are placed anonymously in social media.
The school wrote in a letter to parents that the images are offensive and offensive. "Most of the time it's innocent, but sometimes it's about school staff with cross-border texts and manipulated photos."
According to NH News, more and more students like the photos. It is not known who publishes the messages. "Let's investigate who is behind the images," says a police spokesman. "We can then address this in your behavior."
The school tells students about the harmful effects of these types of messages. They also point out to students that it is prohibited to distribute pictures of people without permission.