In 1996, at the Democratic National Convention, Hillary Clinton famously stated, “It takes a village to raise a child”. Although the provenance of such a statement may be unclear (Goldberg, 2016), its sentiment rings true for many people. Those who grew up in small towns and villages even a generation ago can attest to the lack of anonymity they experienced in such settings, particularly if they were engaged in activity their family (including parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, siblings, etc.), clergy, shopkeepers, fishmongers, etc. might not condone. In contrast to the relative comfort this connectivity afforded, in the 21st century, many people are now discovering the downside of public scrutiny, as videos captured by phone, past social media posts, and intimate pictures and the like are shared for all to see. The benevolence implied in the village quote is easily lost, in that the absence of extended family and neighbors who have a vested interest in your success as an integral member of that family or community may instead be replaced by online trolls who willingly wreak havoc on unsuspecting targets, often in the absence of obvious transgressions, not to mention context or accuracy.