Red Symons writes for The Sydney Morning Herald about the prevalence of public figures getting in trouble for telling off-color jokes, noting, “these people need to realise that not everything is funny to everybody and there is no privacy.” Symons goes on to say, “You're living in the last millennium if you think that anything short of whispering in the shadows is private. The stable doors are open; the horse has bolted, gone to the knackery and now feeds the rose garden of social media with the blood and bone of the unwary.”
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