Monday, November 30, 2015

Appropriate Commenting

Taylor Zanville

For years we have seen bullying on the internet as an issue. There have been serious cases of suicide due to cyberbullying and malicious commenting on internet sites such as: Facebook, Twitter, Myspace, etc.

Are malicious comments in B2B settings real? Are the content farmers that we often speak of really trashing other businesses with falsely created content? Why maliciously post? Cyberbullying has even gotten so far that schools who can provide evidence of such acts are now fining the parents of those kids who commit the acts. 

"Research in social networking has found benevolent comments online  are not alone but coexist in cyberspace with many impulsive and illogical arguments, personal attacks, and slander."-

Is there a way to prevent said comments from being placed onto websites, blogs, posts, etc? One would hope that we can find a way to avoid and/or prevent such negative feedback and interaction.

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