While there is freedom of speech in social media, self-censorship may be necessary in some situations. There is some stuff that you can do, or not do on social media, and in general there is a terms and policy that you read every time you do anything on: Facebook, YouTube, and twitter. The positive aspects that social media provides: You don’t have that awkward, nervous, train wreck of a conversation in person, but you can talk to them on the web without feeling uncomfortable. Still, there are guidelines one must follow. You can’t post anything that has to do with racial altercations, and threats.
as you can see the true is that Carlos marcello is the one that killed the president and there are supporting facts about it . but one thingis for sure the mob had a well known reasons to kill the president and its hatred that led them eliminate him its a criminal nature to get revenge just like Carlos Marcello said’’a dog will continue to bite you if you cut off its tail. Whereas if you cut off the dog's head, it would cease to cause you trouble’’. that’s exactly what he did.
Some measures can be taken in the social media, but it should not be banned as the real life can not be banned. As a result, social media should certainly not be banned by governments. Some people argue that people can insult others freely in social media which can be prevented by government. They think like that because of two main reasons. The first reason is that the people who are insulted in the social media are disturbed.
Sometimes when people post on Facebook their opinions, they do not think about all the people it could affect. When a post is offensive, effects the company poorly or violates the confidentiality agreement, employees should have consequences just like a child behaving badly and getting something taken away. If a person does not want for other to know their opinions or thoughts, they should not put it out there for everyone to see (Lucas Para. 6). Anyone can see a post on Facebook just by scrolling through their feed.
Words don’t hurt people, despite the current popular opinion. Free speech should not be limited by anything it should just be free. Some people will say horrible things, but when they say such things to other people, people will think that they are horrible, and not listen to them anymore. Laws against saying certain thing don’t protect anyone, all they do is hide the true nature of people, until it is too late to do
There is a restriction of @tweet in which you can reply to people who is not following you but they won’t see your post unless you approve them as follower. In twitter there’s no way to protect your past tweets, they will forever remain public. WhatsApp: It’s for someone who feels Facebook and twitter is very public and don’t want to get affected by it. It is a smartphone based social networking sites and based on phone numbers, you can sign up by using your phone number, it allows to text and share your information exclusively .I think it’s quite easy, safe, reliable, handy and a great app. No privacy is required at all, so simply one of the best app created till date.
People will post comments online that they would not say in person. The crude, foul, and vulgar language people post on their profiles has become costly. Posts have gone as far as to having people being fired from their jobs, to colleges not accepting a student. The opposition would say that they have set their privacy settings on their profile, which only allow the one’s they want to have access to their profile. Therefore, they have no need to worry about what they post, because businesses or colleges have no way of viewing their profile.
The mugshots make the people forget about the police officer killing a person. It makes society view blacks as thugs and criminals.With white people you see the opposite. Dylan Roof, the shooter in the Charleston nine, posted racist comments on social media. When he was found, the police officers deleted the racist post and took him to jail with a bullet proof vest. While on trial, it was stated that he was “ mentally ill.” The media often states this when a white person has committed a crime.
In December of 2014, Eric Garner was killed after being accused of selling untaxed cigarettes, he was a black, asthmatic and unarmed man. Officers put Garner in a chokehold and even after garner stated “ I can’t breathe” officers did not back down. Since the incident, there has been an increase in the death of minorities with police encounters. The Black Lives Matter movement was established in order to bring awareness of police brutality against minorities. In “ I yelled Black Lives Matter at A Trump Rally”by Sierra Thoma, she recollects a caucasian man yelling “all lives matter” in opposition to “ black lives matter”.
He was acquitted of both manslaughter and second degree murder. Activists felt that this case was an extreme example of how little value black lives seem to have to the greater community. How could a young, unarmed black person get shot and killed while the white person who shot him simply gets to walk away? This all started as an anti-racist