Thanks to Warren Shaw for his efforts to spearhead the reformation of unscupulous practices used by many bloggers and posters. Hopefully, his case goes viral, as its time to get the discussion going in earnest.
Many blogs and comments sections allow unidentified individuals a forum to discredit people with real names and lives, and ruin their reputations for unknown and in most cases hidden agendas.
People who blog using their real names are aware that snippets of negative comments can be picked up by the search engines, risking tarnishing their good reputations. The offenders know full well that they can do so without anyone knowing who they are.
Case in point is a person who when asked to identify himself or herself replies “Everyone knows me.” Not true, especially if you consider the context of the request.
Consider this a wake up call … Anyone who wants to follow a reputable blog that sets the standard can visit RichardHowe.com.
George DeLuca produces ComeToLowell.com