In this age of the internet how many people have to get offended/outraged before it is a problem and what should be used as a baseline Twitter, Facebook, etc? We see in the news when something happens, they say things like "people got upset on social media". What does that exactly mean and at what point should it really matter? I really don't think things/people are in general becoming more offensive or that people are getting more sensitive I just think more and more people have an outlet to voice their opinions. When we see few 1000 people start commenting on something saying it is offensive should someone immediately apologize or remove it? If 4 million people saw/read something and 1000 people felt strongly enough to comment on it is that even statistically relevant? With 3 Billion people on the internet and growing it is going to get harder and harder to say anything without offending larger and larger groups of people.