It’s one thing to have a website and publicly criticize public officials and policy makers. Mocking the general public through there social media channels and then not having the balls to put a name on your cyber bullying posts is pretty low and classless.
I can’t accuse anyone of anything because no one had the balls to put their name on either of those posts. But if you read the definition I’d say someone is walking a pretty fine line to deliberately harm other people through their social media profiles
This set me off.
Chris Smith and Alan Bedenko join me for the first One Thing Podcast of 2013. I respond to these ridiculous quotes (from a guy I like) as we discuss social media and the “controversy” surrounding public usage of things that are posted PUBLICLY.
For once, I’m the loud one.
If you don’t have time to listen, here’s the point (which you may have picked up from the headline):
If you don’t want people to read your words, don’t post them online.
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