Who Am I Online? Julia Hood

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1. We watched the anti bullying video in class today. It was about Jack who got bullied at school and people were mean to him online, but then you had the opportunity to click on the anti bullying emoji so that he doesn't get bullied anymore or you stand up for him.
2. This video brings to mind times that I was being bullied and nobody stood up for me and I wished people would. It also reminded me about times when I stood up for people.
3. The only two things that are actually me online is my Facebook profile and my slate blog, but as for other people with the same name as me they are table tennis prodigies who are also the global brand director of PRWeek. 
4. I think people see me as a very professional person who is well off in life.
5. The goal of internet trolls is to upset and anger people.
6. The positives of internet anonymity are that nobody can find these things when you're in your future and you will be less likely to be affected by identity theft from internet trolls. The negatives of internet anonymity are that if you're being bullied it will be harder to prove that it's you that's being bullied and to show who is bullying you also if you do something it will be harder to say this is mine if you want to show someone and if someone steals it it will be harder to prove they stole from you.
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