Social media shaming and forgiveness: why nobody’s beyond the pale (The Next Web)

The Next Web: Social media shaming and forgiveness: why nobody’s beyond the pale. “She was a high-flying international human right’s lawyer who worked with refugees. Then she was found dead on a beach in East Sussex. What happened in-between is a story of crime and punishment, and a question of how justice works in the social media era.”

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