With increasing numbers of digital platforms available to share information and a myriad of devices upon which people can find it, there is more out there than ever before. In turn this means there is more unverified information available causing problems. This is especially the case when there is an attack on a city unfolding… Read More Is Social Media a Blessing or a Curse? – #ParisAttacks
Personally, I choose not. I have nothing against it. I just find myself finding people’s curiosity towards it more fascinating than the subject itself. I’m sorry to say, but whether or not you do or don’t like her tattoo, I doubt it’ll make any difference to her… or anyone else for that matter. I’m not… Read More Cheryl Cole’s new tattoo: To care or not to care?
Before starting I want to make clear I am not making these criticisms to attack but for a purpose – so we can develop, understand and tackle the problem of Islamophobia and extremism in the most productive way possible. On the day of the murder of Lee Rigby in Woolwich, spectators on social networks claimed… Read More Woolwich: Conspiracies are stupid. Tea with EDL is great.
They claimed they did it to identify paedophiles. But soon the phone hacking was used to listen on high-profile celebrities’ lives. All public knowledge. Editor Andy Coulston took “diminished responsibility” and resigned to later become David Cameron’s press minister, whilst private investigator Glenn Mulcaire, and the papers’ royal correspondent Clive Goodman resigned. So why only… Read More NoW closes. What now for the British Media & BskyB?