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A lot of people praise the anonymous nature of the Internet. But just because parts of the Internet are anonymous, doesn't mean the entire Internet is anonymous. In fact, much of the web is the very opposite of anonymous.
Take Twitter for example. Depending on your privacy settings, for most users, tweets go out for the entire public to see. Twitter Search can find every word you publish. And if you've recently turned on the location feature, people can even see where you've tweeted from.
Which is why unless you really know how to hide your online identity, it's probably not the best idea to send out tweets calling for the assassination of the President.
I'm not saying you can't do it. I'm just saying the Secret Service will probably end up at your house, question you for hours, and — worst of all — force you to close your Twitter account. (Sad emoticon.)
This is exactly what happened to two Twitter users earlier this week. And something makes me think two people with the handles "@THHEE_JAY" and "Solly_Forrel" are not International hackers with a vast understanding of the inner-workings of the world wide web. Especially, since they addressed their tweets "@BarackObama." Way to be subtle.
So be careful what you tweet.
Blog posts on the other hand, I believe have complete immunity.
Death to America.