Summary: The Dark Side Of Our Digital Footprints

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The Dark Side of Our Digital Footprints

Cyber bullying is a phenomenon that has spiked enormously in recent years.
Cyber bullying is present in nearly every school and every student’s life. According to a poll taken in 2013, 7 in every 10 young people are victims of cyber bullying (par. 2). Logos, pathos, and ethos are used in this article by engaging the reader in the subject. Logos is used when principal Sheninger explains what he has seen firsthand at his high school. Pathos is used when mentioning several real-world examples of cyber bullying and the effects it can have on people. Finally, ethos is used when principal Sheninger builds his credibility by explaining his experience in teaching Internet etiquette to his students. Logos, pathos, and ethos are used in this interview by connecting to the reader in various aspects and persuading the audience to be cautious and aware of their digital footprint.
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Principal Sheninger explains that students need to be cautious of what they post on the Internet; especially now that the Internet plays such a large role in today’s society. Sheninger also believes that students should be monitored on social media in order for them to learn right from wrong. Students should also be taught Internet etiquette in schools to prevent cyber bullying. Latoya Peterson goes more into depth about social media such as Twitter and Facebook and explains social media norms. Peterson also describes censorship and how it can be a useful tool on social

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