Coping with the mischief of internet trolls.
Published: Tuesday, March 6, 2012
Updated: Wednesday, March 7, 2012 12:03
Hobsbawm said that mere "peer pressure is often insufficient to self-regulate abusive comment strings," but she, too, likes media platforms that tie quality to attention.
Web-lovers are leery of all this policing and pressuring. But courtesy expert Spira said, "All of us can only gain if, when we comment, we stay on topic, show respect and provide a new perspective on the subject that other users might find interesting."
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