No privacy control can save you from bad judgement

According to MajaStevanovich



The unfortunate situation of Justine Sacco has been talked to death at this point. She isn’t the first or last person that will be fired over a bad tweet and there isn’t really anything profound to be said about the situation, other than in the social media age, good judgement is of unprecedented importance. While her account has been deleted since the tweet, signs of trouble were on the horizon with other questionable content on her timeline. 

It is extremely tempting to be clever, express disappointment or vent on social media, but so much can be misunderstood and the risk just isn’t worth the reward. Too many capable people let social media get in their way and it all comes down to exercising judgement. If it wasn’t social media, there could have been something else, because poor judgement finds its way to haunt you. Teaching someone to be…

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