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'Ding Jinhao was here' - did he deserve being on the Net?

The boy deserved the punishment; he humiliated the country overseas.1
The boy didn't deserve such a harsh 'punishment'.3 (your vote)
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new Posted: 07:18AM May 29, 2013

I think the netizens went way overboard on this one. Ding was still small when he scribbled those words and he regrets it already. True, he was wrong and should be punished, but to be denounced as a national humiliation and have all his private information revealed was way too much. I think this can be considered cyberbullying.

Edit: With that said, it was his responsibility. He has grown now and I think he should apologise in person, and not have his parents do it for him.


---This message was edited on 07:20AM May 29, 2013---

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new Posted: 12:50PM May 29, 2013

Did he deserve punishment?

Yes.

This much?

No.


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