This has the potential to be extremely dangerous. Out of context, information can become a tool for violence. Compelling images and a short, angry story can incite riots. It is the equivalent (yes, one time worn cliche here) of shouting fire in the theater and watching the ensuing havoc. The problem is, of course, people can be injured or killed when this is done, especially if it is done well. This is definitely true in an age when we rip and read our news from media tailored to our personal biases, media that panders to our personal prejudices and does not try to truly educate us (much harder and less profitable, thank you very much).
Next time you see an inflammatory story, before hitting "share" and passing it along, use that computer for research and find out if there is more to the story than you imagine. That might take us all to some surprising places. Of course, if it's the next cute kitty video ... well, that's different. Please don't send that. I've got plenty.
Have a beautiful and informed day.