„There’s plenty of rude stuff online.“

As quoted in "The Encyclopedist’s Lair" in The New York Times (19 November 2007)
Contexto: There’s plenty of rude stuff online. People say things online that they would be ashamed to say face to face. If people could treat others as though they were speaking face to face, that would be huge.

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