New York Times I wrote how Internet Trol won. There is not much we can do about it.
Looking at the case, right wing conspiracy site Infowars. For years, this site distributed false information that inspired the Internet Toronto, harassing people close to the victims of school shooting by Sandy Hook. After holding concerns and concerns about whether to engage this week, some huge technology companies banned Infowars content. (After judging that Infowars did not violate the policies, Twitter did not).
What does it show us? As an Internet user, you know that you have little power over content you consider as offensive or harmful online. It is a high-tech company that has a card.
Social networks should have a polite way like radio and television broadcasting. It only stops the most enthusiastic momentum of Troll, but at least people can visit sites like Twitter without harassing DM flooding.
check it out: Internet troll won. Time to give up