How much do you censor what you share on social media?

Self (Censored), Carolyn Tiry / Flickr

“It doesn’t matter who you are. Something as seemingly minor as an errant or offensive tweet can ruin you. And once it ruins you, it keeps ruining you. The Internet is like a high school cafeteria. Except this cafeteria has billions of students,” writes Dave Pell on Medium. Meme Girls are the new Mean Girls.”

Today’s Question: How much do you censor what you share on social media?

  • Brendan K.

    My first rule is no nude pics.

  • kevinfromminneapolis

    Right up to the point that would get me fired.

  • Tasha

    I used to share way too much. But now with my grandma joining facebook and the increased diversity in political stances of my family and friends, I’m finding less is more.

  • Jim

    I must censor anything i post can cost me my job and career certain professions can’t speak freely!

  • Jessie

    I share very little when it comes to personal and important things. The people that need to know those things already know them and do not need to find out via social media. I’m sure that my Facebook looks fairly superficial and silly, but that’s fine by me.