An Example of Abuse of Info
Today, readers, we bring you an example of how the average internet user takes the internet too seriously.
Now, to those who’re into skin-care or beauty-bloggers/vloggers, you’ll have heard of the “Black face mask” or “Charcoal face mask”    that is suppose to pull all of the debris, dirt and gunk out of your pores and off your face. If you weren’t aware of this trend at its conception, then you’ll have probably heard about it on your local news due to skin being pulled or faces being burned.
However, what many people haven’t seen or experienced yet is the innate psychosis of the perpetually offended and unhinged when it comes to things looking or sounding like other things.
Yes, racism and bigotry, in the US, is a touchy subject, however many people fail to recall the simple fact: The human brain isn’t fully developed till around the age of 25
This means: Children and teens will say and do stupid things.
The regressive left and easily offended forget this little fact, and instead of educating these teens and kids, people will attack them. These (usually) adult individuals don’t think about what they’re doing. They just do it, which means they look to seek and destroy these individuals with under-developed brains. They–the perpetually offended–want to ruin the lives of literal children. And they want to do this because they, themselves, lack any real emotional or social maturity. Their low social and emotional IQ, if you will, impedes their foresight and ability to assess a situation to better understand.
For instance: High school is four (or more) years of hell for a teen. Other students will say or do things to bring another student down or ruin their social reputation.
So, it isn’t that hard to assume a fake social media account could be made or a simple quicky-edit in photoshop to take a group of girls, in black face masks, and label them saying or doing something racist in order to “ruin” them. It isn’t that hard, either, for an adult individual to find an image, become upset by it, and concoct a plan to simply tag it with “Black Lives Matter” and reap the benefits of moral or virtue signaling.
While a lot of you will shrug this off, let this act as a double-edge sword.
Once you target someone, instead of educating them, you’ll end up ostracizing them. And when a person experiences this social stigma, you may end up forcing them to actually become an extremist in their beliefs.
This means that you’re ultimately creating the enemy you accused them of being, which in the end increases your chances of being doxed or harassed.
You see, the woman who was offended is now being accosted by various internet denizens and is experiencing a taste of her own medicine ( E.G: “Ruining a life”).
This is why the average internet user must realize that the egotism of the flesh has no place in the cyberspace of the web. The less information you provide and put out there (E.G: Pictures, using social media…etc), the less information exists for people to use and abuse. If there is information of yours online, there’ll be those who feel the need to utilize it.
Regardless of your feelings, let this incident serve as a reminder: Be it that you’re the target or the person targeting an individual, you always have the chance to be targeted and harassed.
Please, take this to heart and worry about what you say or do online. If you haven’t worked toward lessening your data footprint, do so now. Reduce your chances of being doxed and your information being used against you. Look toward our library link (on our blog) for several of our uploaded PDFs and anti-dox/info-sec guides.