Has social media ruined “innocent until proven guilty”?
How did you respond when rapper T. I. threatened a “fan” who talked bad about his daughter. How did you know about that one? Instagram (that eventually hit the news)
Reaction from the Twittersphere ended the careers of NFL players, a legendary comedian, and give me a minute. Another career will be over by the time you read this article.
Don’t get me wrong, I like social media. If I ever wanted to an opinion about a movie that I have yet to see, I just type the name of the movie and add a hashtag and there you go!
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