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#Online communities

# online-communities - Tuesday 14 January, 2014

Column: There isn't a 'right' way to die. Journalists should recognise that.

Lisa Bonchek Adams was diagnosed with breast cancer seven years ago, and has since publicly chronicled her experiences online. Journalists asking whether this is ‘too public’ are asking the wrong questions, writes Marie Ennis-O’Connor.

# online-communities - Friday 28 September, 2012

Column: Why internet trolls exist and why they're unlikely to go away

Ciarán Mc Mahon writes on the theories behind internet trolling and explains why, as long as there is a free and open internet, they’re probably not going to go away.