How do you break bad financial habits? Nancy Trejos is a reporter for the Washington Post who was in a financial free fall. While she was dealing with her money crisis, her bosses asked her to be the personal finance reporter. She learned how to clean up her own act by researching stories for her job. Nancy learned how to have a healthy relationship with money and wants to help others get out of debt. Join us this Saturday at 2pm ET for her story and tips.
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The internet- especially blogs and social media- has given many people the platform to voice their opinions freely and anonymously.
But the question still remains- who are these people?
It used to be that when a person exercised his freedom of speech, his identity would be known and he would be held accountable for his statements. Today, the internet allows for total anonymity. A person may blog, tweet or post whatever he wants- true or false- without having to take responsibility for it.
We want to know what you think. Should there be stricter regulation on the internet?