>>98413084>>How hard is it to stop internet harassment?
Pretty much impossible overall.
You can go full lockdown, but people can and will find your personal docs, where you live, your numbers, etc. You can prosecute, but it's a big time sink, etc, etc. It's easier to just not create a big fuss.>How difficult is it actually to set all your profiles to private and click the "spam" or "block" button on e-mails?
Not that hard, but people tend to find ways around it. It also makes you look week and unpersonable, which is bad in creative fields.>I guess if you're getting 200 hate e-mails a day, it would be impossible to keep up with. But Twitter? Facebook? Tumblr? That type of thing should be a cakewalk, right?
Yes and no. A lot of people don't have iron skin. I don't get it either, but they just can't deal with it. They either get guilted for shutting off communication and bullied a bit anyway or have to sift through the harassment, and it only gets worse if they bring attention to it.
It's not the worst thing in the world, but it's still an issue.