"Not many of you should become bloggers, my brothers, for you know that they who blog will be judged with greater strictness."
I came across this nifty little sentence in an article by Mark E. Ross, "Guarding Our Speech" in the October 2012 edition of Tabletalk. He states,
"Nothing should be posted that is not true, and far too often the criticisms posted of others are without sufficient basis for making public accusations. Even when what is said is true, it may not be appropriate to put out that information to the whole world. Whatever we wish that others do to us, we should do to them, for this is the law and the prophets (Matt. 7:12)." (p.63)