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Crime and Punishment?

There is an old adage, "if you can't do the time, don't do the crime."

I have believed in certain instances that shaming, calling out folks on the web that make racist, sexist or threatening comments can serve as an antibiotic to future bad behavior, but after reading this article, I am having second thoughts.

Read this strong point of view piece from Wired magazine. What do you think? Shame them? Call them out or just let it slide as this too shall pass?