The Truth Behind Twitter: How Tweets Can Destroy Reputations

I loved your use of two case studies to highlight the specific effects of social media’s storage and replicability. Your point that this is all we know about these strangers really drove home the fact that anyone can become famous and widely shared at any time. Your argument was well-structured and used many informed terms. However, I think it’s important to point out that platforms like Snapchat do not have this same level of permanence (that we know of). Maybe social media is shifting towards less permanence as it becomes more difficult to manage our presence and image.

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