For better or worse – and perhaps a bit of both -- millions of Americans have migrated online and often interact more with people there than with their closest neighbors.
Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms have enabled many people to reconnect and can help build enduring relationships that also exist offline.
But social media involvement is of course also well known for its potential downside. As we discussed in our September 25 post, candid comments online can sometimes cross the line into cyberbulling.
In today’s post, let’s revisit the important issue of what types of online comments constitute actual threats, harassment or Internet crime.