My latest thoughts and opinions is now available and featured to read in the Western Standard: Has cyberbullying gotten worse or improved over the years?
I’m sure I’m not the only one who feels it’s gotten worse, as use of social media platforms has grown exponentially in popularity. As a result, opinions of ‘random people’ are interjected onto your comments or in your posting. The online world became real back in the 90’s and social media took off in 1997 with a site called ‘sixdegrees.com’.
You don’t remember that one? Then, let’s jump forward to Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube in 2005/06. These platforms started with good intentions of connecting family and friends to share messages, current pictures and videos for all the right reasons.
But, over time…
Continuing Reading the entire article at: https://www.westernstandard.news/opin… Do you think a digital ID system could be the answer to our cyberbullying problems?