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Blogging Response

posted Sep 12, 2011, 9:12 AM by Tanner Ginest   [ updated Oct 17, 2011, 9:16 AM ]
    One thing is for sure, a person never wants to post something on the internet that is anyway inappropriate, because it will be there for everyone to see. The internet is full with millions of users, that means, your post is viewable by millions of people. I think that all of these are legitimate because each one of the posts is highly dangerous and can get a person in trouble. If you're talking about a specific person, well there can be other consequences. Since anyone can view your post, they may think you're directing it towards them, which could get you in trouble or harmed. Cyberbullying is a major offense. It's very big in our school. Cyberbullying is found everywhere. These articles were personally harmful. Make sure you don't give out any important personal information, because that can put your life on the line. Students should always keep in mind that anyone can see what they're saying and that should lead to responsible blogging.