Posts in 'Facebook' Category
When is it right or wrong to prosecute in the UK over an expressed statement on social media? When is it freedom of speech and when is it against the law?
Each month Ignite Social Media produces a chart ranking the top 50 branded Facebook Fan pages, which I always enjoy taking a look at. As an aggregator of Brighton & Hove LGBTQ information, I thought I’d do a similar task for Zhoosh. I’m interested because I use the internet a lot as an LGBTQ individual [...]
So what’s been happening in the last month with The L Project? Who are The L Project? Really, you’re not already a fan? Okay, for those of you living in caves, here’s what you missed.. The L Project released an anti-bullying charity single entitled ”It Does Get Better” on Feb 11th 2012 recorded by 17 of the UK’s [...]
The way we can now all communicate via social networks, like Facebook, Twitter etc has opened the world to some great debates as well as some really banal tweets. I’m still puzzled why Stephen Fry’s tweet that he was stuck in a lift a few years back made the Six O Clock news, I guess [...]
There’s been a bit of a sniffy attitude in the press towards the possibility of reporting crime on Facebook/Twitter, but I think this could be a real opportunity for us to report things as and when they happen and could also help the police build a picture of where there might be areas of concern.
200 years later and the tale is remarkably and sadly similar to that of David Laws, the senior Liberal Democrat who recently stepped down as Treasury Chief Secretary. He did not shrink from the public gaze professionally, but went to extremities to hide his sexuality.