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When a high school student started a private Instagram account that used racist and sexist memes to make his friends laugh, no one in Albany, California, was safe from the repercussions of the account's discovery. Not the girls targeted by the posts. Not the boy who created the account. Not the group of kids who followed it. Not the adults - educators and parents - whose attempts to fix things often made them worse. In the end, everyone was left asking: Where does accountability end for online speech that harms? And what does accountability even mean?