Blog Comments and Censorship — Mental Health @ Home

Recently a blogger left a comment on my post A grumpy guide to blogging etiquette regarding my statement that if someone leaves a comment on your post that disturbs you, you should go right ahead and delete it. This blogger said that deleting comments that went against your point of view was censorship. That’s not […]

via Blog Comments and Censorship — Mental Health @ Home.

Some great points made.

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