Linked by Howard Fosdick on Wed 25th Jan 2012 06:58 UTC
Editorial Why do people troll? Can we prevent trolling or limit the damage trolls do? Here are some thoughts on trollology derived from academic studies and web research.
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This thread is misguided
by tomcat on Sat 28th Jan 2012 02:13 UTC
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There's nothing inherently wrong with trolling. It's an expression of a particular viewpoint -- however irreverent or wrong or correct -- and if you can't handle seeing someone express their opinion (even if you don't agree with it), you shouldn't be online. This domain doesn't belong exclusively to you -- or to people that you agree with. If you don't want to feed trolls, ignore them.

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