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What are the boundaries of debate on social media?

  • Perhaps a bit offtrack but here goes. Social media is destroying the art of conversation. Individuals feel they somehow have a right to say things on social media that they would never say during a real conversation, with no eye contact or ability to read another persons reaction or to read social queues. I feel that a world leader tweeting a condolence (as opposed to picking up the phone or handwriting a card) is as naughty as using profanity. There cannot be boundaries on social media. It is a false way of communicating.
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