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Since the implementation of the Marine Corps social media policy and distribution of the related page 11 after the Marines United scandal in March of 2017, have you experienced online harassment/cyber misconduct by a member of the US Marine Corps despite the Page 11?
In March of 2017, it came to light that a closed Facebook group called "Marines United," shared and distributed hundreds of nude photos of female servicemembers. 7 Marines have since been Court Martialed. In the wake of the Marines United Scandal, the Marine Corps required all its members to sign a social media Page 11 stating that they understand the policy and that they would not engage in any form of cyber misconduct.
Yes, I experienced online harassment/cyber misconduct since the Page 11 issuance
No, I have not experienced online harassment/cyber misconduct since the issuance of the Page 11
I experienced online harassment/cyber misconduct before the Page 11, but not after
I have not personally experienced online harassment/cyber misconduct, but I have witnessed it since
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