ATLANTA, GA / October 24, 2018 / Findit, Inc. (OTC PINK: FDIT) a Nevada Corporation offers insight into how Findit is entrusting its users with controlling what they want to see instead of making decisions on its members behalf. There are few sites and platforms like Findit that are still putting up an honest fight against a homogenized internet. They are trusting their members to simply block what they don’t want to see. Clark St. Amant of Findit “You know you can block friends and followers on Facebook, Twitter and Findit, right? I often wonder how come more people don’t just do it.” Every day new studies come out about the effects of cyberbullying and the long-lasting trauma it induces, which leaves you wondering – why don’t we just block the haters and the trolls? With the click of a button, the virtual bully would be relegated to an island in cyberspace. Vanished. Gone. Poofed away into the digital realm. I’ve read the counterarguments: “They can create other accounts”…block those too…waste their time. “The effects last even after they’ve been blocked”…talk to your real life friends about it…whatever hate your cyberbully spread is on them. There are plenty of solutions to the   Read more…