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HOW TO: EXPRESSING UNPOPULAR OPINIONS IN THE MODERN WORLD

HOW TO: EXPRESSING UNPOPULAR OPINIONS IN THE MODERN WORLD

Ryan Harrison June 25, 2018 0

For anyone reading this article right now, there is a high chance you have been lambasted in some social situation for having offered a viewpoint different to that expressed by the perceived majority. It’s

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The Tangled web of Feminists, Free Speech, and the Internet

The Tangled web of Feminists, Free Speech, and the Internet

Elena Rider June 13, 2016 0

Back in September 2015 Angela Merkel was accidentally overheard asking Mark Zuckerberg what he was going to do about ‘hateful’ anti-immigration Facebook posts. He told her that he’s working on it. Just think about

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Cyber Kippers – Farage’s Online Headache

Cyber Kippers – Farage’s Online Headache

Olly Neville March 12, 2014 13

Olly Neville highlights the self-defeating conduct of UKIP activists on social media. Anyone who has met Nigel Farage knows that he isn’t a racist, xenophobe or any other dismissive label you care to apply.

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Social Media Is Helping, Not Hurting, Dictators

Social Media Is Helping, Not Hurting, Dictators

Lee Jenkins October 31, 2013 2

Access to social media networks is supposed to be the key to 21st century liberation movements. What’s gone wrong? We must start by dispelling a myth which has taken root in the West. It

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Spooks & The Press: Journalism’s Future

Spooks & The Press: Journalism’s Future

Backbencher August 29, 2013 1

Information tug of wars between the Guardian and GCHQ: What is the future for Investigative Journalism? The detainment of David Miranda, partner of Guardian journalist Glenn Greenwald, under schedule 7 of the 2000 Terrorism

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Gyges In Cyberspace

Gyges In Cyberspace

Backbencher July 30, 2013 0

James Evans rails against the online ‘trolling’ that has caught recent media attention. At the start of their 1990 hit ‘Loaded’, Primal Scream sampled a scene in the film ‘Wild Angels’, in which Hell’s

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PRISM – We have an eye on you!

PRISM – We have an eye on you!

Backbencher June 18, 2013 0

By Ola Hoffmann. As recently revealed by Edward Snowden, the U.S. government has been using a worldwide electronic communication surveillance program called PRISM in order to gather information on both U.S. and foreign citizens.

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Blogging How-To’s: How to gain an audience

Blogging How-To’s: How to gain an audience

Backbencher February 7, 2013 1

Amy Rebair,  Although, I wouldn’t call myself anything of an established blogger, I’ve been reading blogs for a long time and recently began my own. All bloggers have to start from the very beginning,

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#Social.

#Social.

Backbencher October 1, 2012 0

Charlie-Marie Granby,  Facebook. The very pair of sly syllables which inadvertently dance off one’s tongue on a day to day basis. Now before I begin, I shan’t lie to you, I blog, I tweet,

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