The Outrage Machine
In the digital age, where everyday people can suddenly become public enemy number one, how do we strike the balance between keeping free speech alive online and preventing a cyber mob from taking over?
Jennifer Connell, once dubbed the Auntie Christ, describes what it was like being in the middle of one of Internet shaming’s biggest stories and how it has affected her life ever since.
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