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BULLIES AND TROLLS

Once a bastion of democratizing free speech, the Internet in 2016 is more of a toxic wasteland.

ONCE UPON A URL, the World Wide Web was a place of fantastic possibility. People went online to meet and befriend total strangers. They could share their passions and opinions on LiveJournal or GeoCities or even Myspace. The democratization of information, no longer controlled and distributed

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