How to Not Protect Your Users
Renee DiResta

The anonymity of the internet is like the windshield of a car: it encourages cowards to pretend they’re badasses. Twitter should be punished heavily for a pattern of allowing this kind of crap to happen. The first few times were excusable to a startup not knowing how people would use it’s platform. Now it is a part of the abuse system and deserves full punishment. And, considering how much we’re followed on the internet by advertisers, it does have the ability to find out who these people are, and they should be outed and punished. These guys are Brocks, who don’t think they’re doing much harm.

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