Cyberbullying — anonymously posting abusive and malicious attacks on someone online — has become such a problem in South Korea that the government has clamped down on it with a new law.
Under the “Internet real name system,” South Korean bloggers on major Web and media portal sites must give operators their names, Social Security numbers and other personal information before they’re allowed to post messages.
What do you think, WE Bloggers? With cyberbulling on the rise in the United States, too, are we in need of such safeguards?
Posted by Randy Scholfield
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