My friend @sandro (who also was the W3C staff member on the Social Working Group as it turns out) has put together a chart about "ways to harm people online" (whether you agree all are harms, most are, and all are claimed as such) that I think is really useful: docs.google.com/document/d/1ZQ

What's interesting is that most of these are about harm caused by *distributing* information.

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@cwebber @sandro This is *really* useful and helpful. In particular, column 2 and 3 aggressions can get written off as "socially awkward enthusiastic fan behavior" in isolation, and it helps to categorize why they're different from column 1 aggressions.

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