A red ribbon is displayed on the Paris City Hall in support of the fight against AIDS on World AIDS Day on Dec.1. Charles Platiau/Reuters
People gather to light candles during events for World Aids Day outside of the municipality at Eleftheria square in divided capital Nicosia, Cyprus on Dec. 1. Petros Karadjias/AP
People light candles for AIDS victims during an AIDS awareness event marking the World AIDS Day at Sergels Torg square in Stockholm, Sweden on Dec. 1. Janerik Henriksson/Scanpix/Reuters
A man holds a free condom taken from a signboard promoting HIV/AIDS awareness during World AIDS Day in Athens, Greece on Dec. 1. Yiorgos Karahalis/Reuters
Students form a red ribbon during an HIV/AIDS awareness rally on World AIDS Day at Marina beach in the southern Indian city of Chennai on Dec. 1. Babu/Reuters
An artist takes part in a HIV/AIDS awareness rally on World AIDS day in central Istanbul, Turkey on Dec. 1. Murad Sezer/Reuters
Activists form AIDS red ribbons during a HIV/AIDS awareness rally on World AIDS day in central Istanbul, Turkey on Dec. 1. Murad Sezer/Reuters
Health workers and students release balloons after they staged a march through the Philippine capital to spread awareness about AIDS during the World AIDS day in Manila on Dec. 1. Cheryl Ravelo/Reuters
A child touches a dress made of condoms during an HIV/AIDS awareness campaign on World AIDS day in Yantai, China on Dec. 1. Reuters
A member of the Population and Community Development Association wears a dress and holds an umbrella made with condoms during a march marking World AIDS Day in Bangkok, Thailand on Dec. 1. Chaiwat Subprasom/Reuters
A British man who tweeted threats to a member of Parliament over her support for putting Jane Austen on the 10-pound banknote will serve 18 weeks in jail. The judge said his 'campaign of hatred' caused the MP to feel deeply threatened.
ByMichael Holtz, Staff writer
While Jane Austen has become the new face of Britain's £10 note, a British man who tweeted threats to express his outrage over that choice has become a poster child for the seriousness with which the courts are confronting such speech.