No One Can Agree What a Spoiler Is, But Maybe This Guide Can Help | Underwire | WIRED

Discuss a television show the day after it airs–perhaps the peak window for fan chatter–and there’s a good chance someone will scold you for spoiling them. Mention plot points on Twitter–a site whose entire modus operandi is immediacy–while the show is being broadcast, and you’re even more likely to make someone angry. The confusion and disagreement about spoilers tend to collide in particularly unpleasant ways on social media, where information flows instantly from feed to feed in ways that are both instant and easily amplified.

via No One Can Agree What a Spoiler Is, But Maybe This Guide Can Help | Underwire | WIRED.

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