A teen pleaded guilty to harassing and swatting a Tennessee man named Mark Herring, who died when police raided his home.
A neo-Nazi ring allegedly made calls that sent heavily armed police to the homes of people of color, transgender streamers, journalists, among others throughout the U.S. and Canada.
Victims of these acts have been seriously injured and even killed by police officers who have responded to the phony emergency calls.
They listed their favorite YouTuber's mansion as a shelter.
Seattle police will now be able to use part of their 911 system as a makeshift database for potential swatting victims — as long as they sign up.
Less than four months after David Hogg survived a mass shooting at his high school that left 17 dead, a group of people armed with assault rifles kicked down the door of his home.
Parkland school shooting survivor wasn't home at the time, but found his own address online months before the incident.
Andrew Finch was shot and killed after a Call of Duty gamer called police on his house.
What is Twitch going to do about streams that get swatted while traveling? Ban them, it seems.
The Interstate Swatting Hoax Act of 2015 would criminalize swatting with up to five years of prison time—more if someone actually gets hurt.