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Internet trolls: Don’t feed them

When the Internet swept the landscape twenty years ago, few imagined the chatting, Facebook, and other instantaneous social media that has resulted in  breathtaking changes in communication structure. These changes have occurred faster than any manmade changes in the history of humankind.
Some of this has resulted in tremendous increases in productivity, and the ability to stay in contact with other people. Some people enjoy hearing other viewpoints and widening horizons or simply just learning more.
But it definitely has its downsides, and technology can increase the distance between people. With the anonymity of the Internet, it is easy to ...


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