Justice via social media: Can public shaming be a public service?
A Reno man was arrested for skipping his bill—after being called out on Facebook. (“@lasvegasweekly: Can public shaming be a public service?
That’s exactly what leading Indian banks are doing to defaulters and perpetual offenders by publishing their photos and their total outstanding dues as a last ditch effort to recover their loaned amount Naming and shaming … I don’t know how its working for them
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