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The Dark Side of the Internet comes in the form of a teacher "review" website that allows anyone at all, even non-students, to post "reviews" of teachers, anonymously without consequence to the "reviewer," thus unleashing the nastiest sides of the human species - a website where blackmail, extortion, defamation, plain old lying for the sake of lying, and Machiavellian devi The Dark Side of the Internet comes in the form of a teacher "review" website that allows anyone at all, even non-students, to post "reviews" of teachers, anonymously without consequence to the "reviewer," thus unleashing the nastiest sides of the human species - a website where blackmail, extortion, defamation, plain old lying for the sake of lying, and Machiavellian deviltry rise and reign. For a loophole in Title 4 7, Section 203 of the U.S. Legal Code, never intended by Congress, allows students (and teachers as well) to take advantage of the new technology to try to destroy others. "Daniel Curzon is indeed an important, influential, enlightening, and entertaining author." - Robert Patrick, author of Kennedy's Children (Winner of the National New Play Contest for Godot Arrives)


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The Dark Side of the Internet comes in the form of a teacher "review" website that allows anyone at all, even non-students, to post "reviews" of teachers, anonymously without consequence to the "reviewer," thus unleashing the nastiest sides of the human species - a website where blackmail, extortion, defamation, plain old lying for the sake of lying, and Machiavellian devi The Dark Side of the Internet comes in the form of a teacher "review" website that allows anyone at all, even non-students, to post "reviews" of teachers, anonymously without consequence to the "reviewer," thus unleashing the nastiest sides of the human species - a website where blackmail, extortion, defamation, plain old lying for the sake of lying, and Machiavellian deviltry rise and reign. For a loophole in Title 4 7, Section 203 of the U.S. Legal Code, never intended by Congress, allows students (and teachers as well) to take advantage of the new technology to try to destroy others. "Daniel Curzon is indeed an important, influential, enlightening, and entertaining author." - Robert Patrick, author of Kennedy's Children (Winner of the National New Play Contest for Godot Arrives)

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