Future of Reputation

  1. I don’t believe we will “enslave” ourselves, but the past will always be a part of us in some form of way. Gossip and false rumors will only affect us as long and as much as we let it.
  2. I think we should at least know the basics, and then the amount that others want us to know about them past the basics. I don’t believe there is a person who wants someone they don’t trust to know EVERYTHING about them.
  3. People have the choice to put however much or little information they want. As far as information to be received, we also choose what we want to see. For instance, Republicans and Democrats decide which news sources they want to follow online.
  4. I don’t believe so, but if those transgressions continue and get worse, then it should be noted for the safety of others.
  5. I don’t believe so. I still think that, for the most part, the police will continue abiding by the law in constitutional manners.
  6. The main question in my opinion is how much people are posting and what they are posting. We talk so much about people “hiding behind computers”, so the biggest question becomes how do we protect people from receiving unwarranted criticism online from people they may or may not know.

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