How to avoid becoming the bully you hate on social media


If you’re looking for a fight, there’s no better place to lurk than social media. 

At its best, the digital public square can connect people whose lives – and ideas – would otherwise remain distant. At its worst, that open-ended conversation can quickly devolve into an online screaming match, no matter the subject. 

This poses a difficult challenge for people who are passionate about their politics, causes and even celebrities, particularly on a platform like Twitter where users can conceal their identities and lob inflammatory sentiments into timelines all day long.  Read more…

More about Online Harassment, Social Media Etiquette, Social Media, Twitter, and Work Play


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