So -,..you like reading other peoples mail do you?
Topic: Crime and Punishment
I highly doubt the average person stops to consider (for very long)-,.. the unassailable fact about that which they are reading is something they are
SUPPOSED TO BE READING
-,...so in conveyance of that , must each and every last email ever sent both now and in the future come with a disclaimer containing instructions for what to do if you are not the intended recipient?
So if you do read others letters online, consider that you are reading material not intended for public broadcast and was not written with any type of forethought in consideration of publication.
These are re-transmitted with my personal, private and professionally known name, surname and given.
Not even in a jocular sense would anyone make marked comparison to a scale of Wikileaks on how this corrupts the social order and infringes and impinges upon a persons mental health, general health and pursuance of order to ones personal/private and public life.
And that it is because that is not the point. I own/use a blog. I have a freedom as accorded to any privately owned press or enterprise to proffer opinion and request comments.
One can offer an opinion that I have a so-called inherent "right" to publish letters as I see fit if I have them in my possession ie email in box.
But since my argument has already been made it should be made obvious that I am not about to backtrack from it. I have not done so nor do I intend to. This decision is based on the principle I support and espouse and stand by it.
It is wrong to endanger someones reputation, to thereby cause aggrevious feelings by publishing their mail and name.
OPEN LETTER TO MEDIA (SENT FOLDER)
Dear Editors and Researchers,
Certainly there are many facets to the problems surrounding teen bullying.
The blur and small tidal wave of both recent media coverage and more dated examples hopskotch from cyber-bullying and internet harassment-,.. to criminality and school yard taunts, all the way up to outright murders.
Just like so many raging hormones of the average teen, media is yet adjusting to the digital age, -,..while still chained to its own keyboard in offering a panacea to the problem. Is this much different from the response of so called big government, despite calls the Official Opposition to enact a more nationalized strategy?
In a sea of pink t-shirts worn once a year, casualties line the shore.
Would it be an overly perverse notion to consider for a second that only if your father is a local Ottawa politician that a call to end bullying can enable a call to action beyond words?
Consider that the father of the openly gay Ottawa teen who killed himself in 2011 after constant bullying by classmates echoed the sentiment brought by the NDP that a new national anti-bullying strategy would have "absolutely" helped his son.
Posted by mach1231
at 1:29 PM PDT
Updated: Tuesday, June 4, 2013 2:11 PM PDT