The first page of a set of three comics that show how social media rules are unjust to even the brightest of students. How it creates a new way for people to target one another.
Your post has been screenshotted
Later that day
This is Becky. She recently became President of Student Council at her school. Although she doesn't know it, one of her friends became jealous and was out to get her.
The principal called today. Someone screenshotted and a post off of your snapchat story
Her school has strict guidelines on what students can post on social media. Punishments can occur. Students can be removed from extracurricular activities.
She went straight home after work.
You are being removed from your position of Student Council President. This was completely inappropriate of you to post on social media. Your actions reflect our school district.
The principal said that one of her posts was screenshotted and reported via email anonymously. Her post had a profane song in the background. It was deemed inappropriate by the school.
Her parents decided that grounding her was the best course of action for them. However the principal has requested to meet with her the next day.
She was being kicked off of Student Council for something as insignificant as a song on her social media post. She did nothing wrong.
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