To Ban or Not To Ban Every human is born adventurous and curious. In this process of discovery, everyone experiences ups and downs, happiness and sadness. Different emotions can be felt by one’s heart. It is in this state where people often find avenues to release deep-seated emotions, frustrations, confidential matters or confessions. The question is, would you post something bothering you on social media such as Facebook or Twitter; or would you rather find solace by reading other people’s blogs and confessions shared on online communities?
It is a social reality that those options are the most preferred ones. During early days of communication, people with pent-up emotions would share how they felt with close friends or either have a secret cry, followed by a good sleep. But now, almost everyone goes to social media with blogs and status updates about their feelings. That’s one of the perks which freedom shares in a democratic society; the freedom to say what we want to say and broadcast anything we fancy about without considering the limitations of freedom of expression.…show more content… It is a Facebook page where you can share secrets without introducing who you are. Currently, it has more or less 87 thousand likes. If you want to confess something, you should fill up a Google form (www.tinyurl.com/iskofiles) containing your confession and the code name you want to include. According to one of the administrators of the page, “The creators of The Diliman Files understand the need for a ‘confession page’ for the Diliman community to express their inner selves and release the tensions or pressures inside them. The concept of anonymity is very important for individuals to have the courage to tell it