Breaking up is hard to do
Digital Identity is another life you have online because you can be from the UK but say your from Canada. So my digital identity story is about teens breaking up on IM and how they avoid awkward conversations like that. I agree with them for avoiding conversations like that.
The first article that I have takes polls on how many kids use it for making or breaking dates. I think they should avoid conversations like that because they could be read by a third party and may hurt feelings of other people. Also the person might just be joking but you can not really tell if someone is joking on IM.
This article really relates to my first article in that the polls are the same but they think that teens are more likely to use IM in such a way as to make/break dates. I still have my opinion that I had in my last paragraph that teens should not do stuff like that.
I agree with teens that are avoiding conversations like that. The articles are connected by saying the same polls but different ideas. I do not have IM but if I did I would want my making/breaking dates to be a personal thing. My opinion is that a third party could read something personal on IM so I don’t think teens should do that.
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