Insults on Twitter and Facebook: should social networks be controlled more?

The repertoire of insults and insults on Twitter and Facebook after the murder of Isabel Carrasco, social networks are once again in the eye of the hurricane. In fact, the Minister of the Interior, Jorge Fernández Díaz, has been insisting for days on the need to “put a stop” and “cleanse the networks of those undesirables” with “additional legal instruments.”

Right to honor vs freedom of expression

The controversy is served and Twitter is divided between those who penalize this type of comment and those who demand freedom of expression. Even the writer Arturo Pérez-Reverted has received a strong attack of criticism for describing the networks as “the perfect breeding ground for the undesirable.”

And you do you think? Should participation on Facebook and Twitter be more and better regulated? Leave your comment here and participate in the debate.

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