Following on from my post yesterday, I thought it might be interesting to reflect on what is appropriate internet presence for a member of the clergy, whether it’s social media, a website, email style etc. This is also in the context of someone privately mentioning to me that as a priest holding PTO and not . . . → Read More: Internet Presence
A little storm is beginning to brew on twitter tonight about a book that Amazon UK is selling. It’s called To Train up a Child and it is one of the most pernicious little excuses for violence against children that I have ever read.
Let me give you some quotes.
THE PROPER RESPONSE The proper . . . → Read More: How NOT to Train Up a Child
Go over to Vicky’s site to read her experiences of online (and offline) stalking and why she’s taking a stand.
Many of us women have had to normalise online abuse. Obviously it goes to a totally different and criminal level when it’s rape or death threats; these should never be shrugged off. But general . . . → Read More: Sorting Online Abuse – Vicky Beeching
Or not (as the case may be). Let’s explore shall we.
On the 21st of July, Anglican Mainstream sent out an email that said the following:
A new article was posted on Anglican Mainstream today that linked to a website which, although appearing legitimate, was in fact classified by my security system as a ‘known . . . → Read More: Malicious Website Alert!!!