Jul 28, 2022
In Welcome to the Tech Forum
Recently, regarding the domestic violence of Gao Jiayu, a legislator of the Democratic Progressive Party, by her boyfriend Lin Bingshu, the public opinion has discussed the matter in a wide range, ranging from intimate relationship violence, factional culture to the ecology of the Internet army of various political parties; the specific names that have been pulled out are not Only Duan Yikang, a former DPP legislator who is directly related to the political circle, Zhan Hongzhi, chairman of PChome, also resigned as a national policy adviser, and even the wife of TSMC founder Zhang Zhongmou was affected. According to the current revelations and popular database self-clearing information, it shouldn't be a big problem to say that Lin Bingshu is a "crazy coffee" and a "personal cockroach". Whether the action strategy of "Chuang Ka" can be established, and whether it can continue to snowball the network to "strike the big with small", also involves how others judge the firepower display of this "Chuang Ka" on the existing network. For example, when "following the lines" of Lin Bingshu's personal network, unless the person concerned is willing to disclose private messages or call records, the most basic clues others can use are Lin Bingshu's Facebook friend list and his past social media posts. digital footprints. But before all this news broke, assuming you were someone who "had a relationship with Lin Bingshu on the Internet", or put aside this case, the other party didn't even act like a "crazy coffee", you might as well imagine, It is very difficult to judge the actual person of the other party based on this information alone. Two environmental factors that make it difficult to prevent online coffee "Coffee" is indeed difficult to prevent. Regardless of how skilled the other party is, or how "simple" the other party is, there are two important environmental factors. First, social media accounts are originally a stage for users to express themselves. For most people, they just want to appear bright, or "I want to show other people at this moment." Facebook has been in Taiwan for more than ten years, but the actual social meaning behind the various behaviors of people on this emerging platform (context) may be different for everyone. The written consensus of the Code of Conduct and Etiquette, or other judgment criteria that can be considered "conventional".