I’m a bit confused. How does the passage you quoted apply distinctly and only to the internet? It seems there are many people on the internet who do not hold this view and many people who hold this view outside of the internet.
Did you mean Right View?
Maybe I’m not understanding what you mean by “Internet Buddhism”?
For nearly everyone, there are some “difficult issues” which will cause us to speak and respond “like bookish people with low emotional intelligence”.
The internet seems to bring out this behavior a bit more than in other social situations but it does occur frequently outside of the internet context.
I have the thought experiment where everything I said was recorded, transcribed and publicly posted. Doing the first two for a time might be a very educational practice.
Some communication coaches strongly suggest recording and sometimes transcribing important conversations for latter review and reflection. Researchers do it as part of the research methodology.
Research into this topic is explained more in these posts: