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The 2016 election has put squarely on the public agenda a series of questions related to the norms of social media, everything from the proliferation of fake news on Facebook to the trolling culture of Twitter. These questions are not new. The culture of abuse online towards women, for example, is a matter about which one of us wrote a book. Read more about Follow Buddies and Block Buddies: A Simple Proposal to Improve Civility, Control, and Privacy on Twitter