@th3j35t3r writes on his blog: Simply put. If Jim is blocked by John, Jim can no longer even utter Johns handle/twittername in a tweet. If he attempts to the tweet simply doesn’t process or gets sinkholed. Period. The end. Forever, or until John unblocks him. This approach would not infringe on Jim’s ‘freedom of speech’,
Good people sometimes do dumb things, or say something thoughtless.
But that’s not a good reason to damn them, or destroy their online reputation.
Shouldn’t Twitter do more to police promoted tweets, or could anyone buy a series of Twitter ads to spit out bile and hatred to thousands of others?
Read more in my article on the Hot for Security blog.
Are you annoying on the internet? Have you ever offended someone online?
Arizona might be inviting you to spend some time in jail in the near future.
The internet is full of offensive trolls – learn the best way of dealing with them, and why it’s important not to pour fuel on the flames.
Read more in my article at Naked Security.