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Living in a digital age, shaming others on Youtube

30 Sep

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We truly have come a long way technology wise. Twenty-five years ago, we didn’t have cell phone with cameras, or posted anything on the net to places like YouTube, or Facebook. This can be a good thing, and a bad thing. It allows us access to important events that happen on scene like a crime in progress, or something new breaking. But, when a father post his daughter’s picture along with a sign on her neck just because she went potty in the shower, he is shaming her. This is not what this technology is supposed to be for. But as long as people watch the Kardashians, and other junk on TV, and nobody hollers, a person can post what they want, I suppose. But come on  people, use your head. Post stuff that is truly important to you, or fun. But, don’t to it at the expense of hurting others. That’s just too cruel!

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