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Chubb, the company famous for its eponymous locks and other safety equipment, is to offer its clients in the UK the first ever “troll insurance.” Chubb personal insurance policy holders will be able to claim up to £50,000 towards expenses that include professional counselling, relocation due to online abuse, or time spent off work.

Cyberbullying is defined by the insurer as “three or more acts by the same person or group to harass, threaten or intimidate a customer,” the Financial Times reports.

The inclusion of cyberbullying into Chubb’s policies is a result of a survey of the target audience and brokers.

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Insurer now offering “troll insurance” for victims of online harassment