Wentworth Miller: Suicide


“Today I found myself the subject of an Internet meme. Not for the first time.”


via Wentworth Miller Reveals Heartbreaking Truth Behind Hurtful Internet Meme | Vanity Fair


 

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Wentworth on Facebook:

Today I found myself the subject of an Internet meme. Not for the first time.

This one, however, stands out from the rest.

In 2010, semi-retired from acting, I was keeping a low-profile for a number of reasons.

First and foremost, I was suicidal. Continue reading

Exposure Trolling


Twitch y may be one of the most powerful political platforms online, but its role as an organized harassment tool is almost never discussed.

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*Twitch y is intentional to keep this site from showing up if you search for this abusive #exposuretrolling BS & what have you’s that come with calling them out.

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So much for a “new-improved” Repugnican party:


His findings and others confirm its an unhealthy lifestyle. The gay activists portray themselves as innocent victims ; however, we who believe in traditional, time tested values are being bullied. Because I disagree with their views, I have had threats to me and my family—thats hate! This is not about hate but a lifestyle that is against 230 years of American history and filled with medical, psychological, legal and costs reasons to oppose it. If you truly loved someone, you would want them to know their lifestyle usually leads to early death. It’s about common sense. It’s about maintaining the family and its importance to the well being of the children and this nation.


via The RNC Committeeman Who’s Not on Board With This Whole Gay Rights Thing Explains Himself | Slate


 

Truth, Lies, and ‘Doxxing’


The Real Moral of the Gawker/Reddit Story

Yet, how do we as a society weigh the moral costs of shining a spotlight on someone, however “bad” their actions are? What happens when, as a result of social media, vigilantism takes on a new form? How do we guarantee justice and punishment that fits the crime when we can use visibility as a tool for massive public shaming? Is it always a good idea to regulate what different arbiters consider bad behavior through increasing someone’s notoriety – or censoring their links?


via Truth, Lies, and ‘Doxxing’: The Real Moral of the Gawker/Reddit Story | WIRED