In the article “School Social Media Free Speech Case”, I learned that a fourteen-year-old student Brandi Levy didn’t make it to the varsity of cheerleading that led her to post a mean comment on it. It led to her getting suspended from school from the post that she wasn’t at school when she made the most. It also led Levy’s parents to file a federal lawsuit against the school district and won, but soon was appealed. The reason it was appealed is that Levy’s post was a violation of her first right which was the free speech right. Another is that something like this can stop and punish whoever is posting it. Not just mean comments, but bullying, threats, hacking, and others that need to be stopped.
I think of it as also a problem because it can lead to more students also doing it and getting away with it. It makes schools look bad for having something like this happening around and not doing anything about it. I think there should be a big consequence for those who are putting out mean comments about the school and students.