Crime of Tweeting
Paris brown, first English Youth Crime Commissioner, became the inspirational model for many of us. Just few days ago, youngsters began day-dreaming to acquire some attractive positions especially in public sector. But, she had to ultimately resign for being accused of posting ‘unpleasant’ tweets related to racism and violence.
What can you expect from a 17-year old "youth police and crime commissioner"? Holding a prominent position sometimes becomes risky, especially if you are a teenager. In this case, Ms Brown won my sympathies.
Throwing off Responsibility:
Though Paris has admitted to post some offensive tweets, but higher authorities should have done their role too. It seems, in this case, as elders need to grow up now. She is in a learning age. She should be told to keep a difference between right and wrong rather than intimidating her.
Who is who?
Her role was just related to consultation. She was not given any powers for implementation. It makes weird to see that she had to resign from her position. She could have an advantage of her innocence. We all do silly mistakes in our teenage. Isn’t it?
Hype of Social Media:
We all are used to of posting matter that reflects our opinions on social media. We own a liberty of expressing ourselves on social sites. Well, it did not go well for Paris. Her tweets are under investigation by her own appointing authority.
Social websites can be used in a much better way rather than poking ones nose into everyone’s affairs. We can take advantage of numerous online service providers. For instance, students like Paris can order their dissertations, lab- reports, essays etc to essay writing service. What is needed is to make use of everything in a fruitful way.
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