People tend to behave more harshly online than they do face-to-face.
This makes online dating a potentially frustrating experience.
It's time to make the EU's single market fit for the digital age – tearing down regulatory walls and moving from 28 national markets to a single one.
The major difference here is that an internet relationship is sustained via computer or online service, and the individuals in the relationship may or may not ever meet each other in person.
It will be easier to deal with children’s anger if we get rid of this notion.
Our goal is not to repress or destroy angry feelings in children–or in ourselves–but rather to accept the feelings and to help channel and direct them to constructive ends.
They can do so legally, safely, securely and affordably, which in turn will make their lives easier.
Often enough, offline barriers to the single market are spreading to the online digital world.
Some of these ways of communicating online are asynchronous (meaning not in real time), such as You Tube and some are synchronous (immediate communication), such as Twitter.