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Every once in a while, the Internet obsesses with a new fad that suddenly comes out of nowhere and takes your best friends and family captive.
Latest in the bandwagon is Sarahah, an app that allows people to send messages anonymously to registered users. You can either choose to ignore the messages or post your response on social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook.
Sarahah is the end of the world
These are folks who believe Sarahah will encourage cyber bullying and bring in the apocalypse. It's your duty, as a cyber citizen, not to encourage such apps. Because we already have Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp to deal with. And the Blue Whale challenge and such like.
You are obliged not to be part of Sarahah because that's how we can make cyber bullying go away. You make your objections on ethical grounds and not at all to be the rebel.
You're on Sarahah only to understand how it works - because popular culture fascinates you and you are currently writing a thesis on how anonymous messaging systems in the new millennium are...never mind.
Suitably, you share your Sarahah address with an impressive preface. Just so nobody thinks you're in this only for some attention.
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