C'mon Twitter It's Time to Use Real Names and Identities and Weed Out the Cowards, Ryan Field Books

C’mon It’s Time to Use Real Names and Identities and Weed Out the Cowards

I’ve been working online for over 20 years now and I’ve seen every form of social media there is, from google blogger in the old days to Tiktok now. And the one thing that still amazes me with all social media is that so many people will still hide behind a fake name and identity. I think the two most notorious places are Amazon and Twitter. Amazon is filled with reviews written by cowards who will not use their real names. Twitter is even worse. The vitriol and hate that comes from some of these people on Twitter who hide behind fake names is becoming intolerable. 

In the old days, long before social media, if you wanted to write a letter to the editor of a newspaper or magazine in order to place complaints (or praise) of some kind, you had to use your real name and your true identity otherwise the newspaper would not print the letter. And rightly so. People who hide like cowards behind fake names most likely would never say the same things with their real names. We are all more civil and professional with our real names. 

So c’mon, Twitter, and all other social media out there (I’m not singling out Twitter). Start keeping it real and clean up the internet a little. We call for full transparency for politicians, actors, authors, and business owners and the same should be done with anyone out there using social media. Full transparency for Mrs. Starry Nite of Twitter and full transparency of Mr. Bag of Cones on Amazon. It’s only fair to those of us who do use our real names and identities. 

Of course, I know this won’t happen any time soon. 

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