I've seen some people talking about the "No Code of Conduct". That the "internet is a big place, you should prepare yourself to deal with it."
It looks ~cool~, but there's a big problem: it put the burden on the victims of the harassment.
So for people who are constant target of attacks and are already in a fragile state, you shouldn't say that they need to "learn to deal with the internet".
No, we should stop the assholes from harassing other people in the first place. The burden must be on the attacker.
Why is it such a big problem to state that we don't want those assholes hanging around?
They should be the ones to learn how to interact with other human beings politely.
The internet is a big place. Learn to treat other people with respect and politeness.
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