/pol/ - [spoiler]here's an example of a quality /pol/ thread, webmfag[/spoiler]When are the normals gonna learn that you shouldn't post anything on the internet unless they'd be ok with EVERYONE seeing it? This used to be common knowledge. [spoiler]Subject isn't


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[spoiler]here's an example of a quality /pol/ thread, webmfag[/spoiler]
When are the normals gonna learn that you shouldn't post anything on the internet unless they'd be ok with EVERYONE seeing it? This used to be common knowledge. [spoiler]Subject isn't too overdone, but people should still be somewhat familiar with the issue[/spoiler]
I believe that all information posted onto the internet should be considered public domain. This includes tiddies. Especially tiddies.[spoiler]Actionable talking point. People have something to discuss instead of just "yeah i hate roasties too fuckin whores reeeeeee" since this slightly departs from the porn aspect. Do you really think everything should be public domain, or should there still be limits in place?[/spoiler]
https://scholarship.law.duke.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1326&context=djglp
>A recent study suggests that one in eight social media users has been a victim of nonconsensual porn, and that women are 1.7 times more likely to be targeted than men. According to a 2016 report, one in twenty-five U.S. residents have either been victims of nonconsensual porn or have been threatened with posting sensitive images without their consent. That number rises to one in eight for women between the ages of 15 and 29.[spoiler]sauce/example[/spoiler]
What this fails to show is that women also post more nude images online and get more pissed when things don't go their way. If they just stopped this wouldn't be nearly so much of a problem.
Basically I wish people could still be cunts on the internet without getting the fucking police on their dicks. If you don't want to get cyberbullied stay on fucking wikipedia and cnn.com and shit. Or better yet, don't use the internet at all.

 No.435[D]

I agree. They literally talk about this in the book : american girls by nancy joe sales. Go and read it. (I know, sounds cancerous, someone posted this book on livechan. Figured fuck it, might as well bite. Turns out its everything your talking about) Normie social media has a habit of teaching this. Normies dont even realise that what you post stays on the internet forever, think of jessi slaughter. This is a disease that needs to be killed.



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