Laurel Foster looks at Instagram in San Francisco. The digital age has led to instant outrage and criticism that can be harmful, says Bee ethics columnist Andrew Fiala.
Laurel Foster looks at Instagram in San Francisco. The digital age has led to instant outrage and criticism that can be harmful, says Bee ethics columnist Andrew Fiala. Haven Daley AP file
Laurel Foster looks at Instagram in San Francisco. The digital age has led to instant outrage and criticism that can be harmful, says Bee ethics columnist Andrew Fiala. Haven Daley AP file