This news has also come out in other news media outlets, and both the parties supposedly involved were not...

This news has also come out in other news media outlets, and both the parties supposedly involved were not teanagers, but 40+ year old middle-aged men.

First of all, this story shows the extent to which social media world has become part of real world, whether we like it or not.

Secondly, this case shows how anger and internet trolls could be as fatal as any kind of bullying.

Thirdly, this case shows age is no barrier to such events, and when social media becomes a large part of organizational and individuals strategies, we could see how some could take general debate and discussions personally due to one's level of maturity.

Finally, for those active participants in the social media world, please understand that the world is big, and there is no need to take anyone's life or seek revenge for any kind of internet trolls, and instead, just move on. If the trolls were to be too offensive, just block that individual from your communication, and move on with those that are in resonance with you. This suggestion is applicable, irrespective of what age group you are in.

Related Reference:
https://mobile.nytimes.com/2018/06/26/world/asia/japan-okamoto-blogger-killed.amp.html

Originally shared by Lauren Weinstein
http://www.staradvertiser.com/2018/06/26/nyt/a-japanese-dark-web-expert-killed-after-lecture-on-internet-trolls/

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