It also said if it does decide to release names, it will make sure people know Anonymous is the group that did it.
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This time, the boy admitted to distributing the photo that was used to shame Rehtaeh Parsons.
We apologize to those of you who want this type of justice, but bashing someone's reputation online is just not good enough," the group wrote.
Anonymous says it's also decided the names of the alleged suspects, after threatening to identify them earlier this week if authorities didn't reopen the case.
Segal made 17 recommendations, and found the system "failed" on just about every level; a series of improvements to policies, procedures and actions relating to cyberbullying, sexual violence, investigations and prosecutions was contained in the report, but significantly Segal wrote that it was reasonable of the Crown Prosecutor's office to conclude there was no realistic prospect that sexual assault charges would result in conviction, and thus "the decision not to lay charges of sexual assault was understandable.