For those who struggle with insecurities or low self-esteem, this constant exposure to other people’s ‘perfect’ lives can compound these fears, says ALICE FONDA-MARSLAND
Wednesday 8th Mar 2017
posted by Morning Star in Features
SOCIAL media has played a part in revealing the “shocking” scale of “hate-fuelled” abuse against minority communities, the country’s most senior police officer said yesterday.
Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe said wider awareness of...
Thursday 15th Dec 2016
posted by Morning Star in Britain
Too many women are subjected to a barrage of sexist abuse for expressing their opinions on the internet, writes RUTH SERWOTKA
Friday 10th Jun 2016
The behemoth has recently launched a social media platform. It’s great, if you like shouting nonsense into the void of the internet, writes James Walsh
Thursday 5th May 2016
posted by Morning Star in Arts
Online campaigns are often accused of being ‘armchair activism,’ but RUTH HUNT talks to the people determinedly tweeting for a better tomorrow
Thursday 21st Jan 2016
by Callum Towler
Wednesday 20th Jan 2016
LABOUR is to create a new social media code of conduct amid anger over damaging internal attacks on leader Jeremy Corbyn.
The decision was made at a meeting of the party’s national executive on Saturday, according to a report on the Labour Grassroots blog.
Tuesday 24th Nov 2015
posted by Luke James in Britain
NICK MATTHEWS recommends a tense new feature film by Florence Jaugey dealing with the abuse of social media in Nicaragua
Thursday 5th Nov 2015
Union protest to demand axing of entire Bill
Tuesday 13th Oct 2015
STEPHEN ORAM tells Paul Simon how our current willingness to use social control methods — not for serious political debate and activism in the main, rather for trivia — informed his novel Fluence
Monday 24th Aug 2015