This is probably the funniest story I have seen lately* — Philly city leaders blaming Facebook, Twitter and MySpace for a snowball fight. They suggest suing Facebook, et. al., because the social media was used to organize the group that eventually is alleged to have gotten out of hand.
Should Facebook, et. al., be suing Philly for raising such poor citizens and allowing them to ruin the good name of this social media? (The only one happy with any of this should be mySpace … as they have been relegated to AOL like irrelevance for the most part.)
The issue isn’t social media, it’s people and their behavior.
*There is nothing funny about damaging behavior — I’m talking about the notion of blaming it on the social media sites.