NBC TODAY (2013, June 12). Is Public Shaming on Social Media Acceptable? Retrieved from http://www.today.com/video/today/52178713#52178713
Discussion of internet shaming in the “court of public opinion” with “vigilante behavior-monitoring”.
National Public Radio (2013, August 24). Some Judges Prefer Public Shaming to Prison. Retrieved from http://www.npr.org/2013/08/24/215097279/some-judges-prefer-public-shaming-to-prison
This is a Podcast about the ethical, legal and social ramifications of shaming, “the pros and cons of shaming”.
The National Domestic Violence Hotline (2013), Social Media Shaming: When Sexual Assault Goes “Viral”. Retrieved from http://www.thehotline.org/2013/05/social-media-shaming-when-sexual-assault-goes-viral/
The NDVH has acknowledged shaming on social media and offers a blog with suggestions and ways to help yourself and others, even just as an online bystander. They also supply a phone number to knowledgeable staff.