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Negative: I've noticed that whenever I see comments on a blog post or article online, most of them are brutal, critical, and harsh. This isn't always the case, but I often wonder whether these outspoken individuals would say the same things in real life. The Internet provides people with a sort of shield, making them feel like they don't have to face the consequences of something rude they say online.

Positive: I think there is a plus side to the anonymity of the Internet, too. I've noticed that there are innumerable websites and forums out there for just about any interest, hobby, or fandom you can think of - personality cafe being an example. People are more likely to embrace their interests with like-minded people online as opposed to in real life, where they may be judged or criticized for having an unpopular opinion or unusual hobby.
 
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