Since the Beginning of the Pandemic, Misinformation Has Spread Like Wildfire
Trump’s ‘Truth’: What it could mean for the spread of misinformation
Global Media Outrage: An Eye-Opener
Pedal to the metal: how TikTok and cheugy culture have accelerated toxic trend cycles
Cancel culture and the “be kind” movement can’t co-exist
Soon after the tragic news of TV presenter, Caroline Flack’s death people flooded social media with the message ‘Be Kind’. T-shirts, phone cases and endless quotes were made, shared and bought.
Pretty Little Thing ad banned for being “overly sexualised” July 12, 2020
Minister for Higher Education Simon Harris joins Tik Tok
Social media campaign launched to help deal with the disclosure of sexual assault or harassment
The Social Dilemma shows the unsocial aspects to our digital lives
Are phones ruining the concert experience?
Could Cambridge influence the 8th?
DCU students get Twitter accounts suspended under new rules
Life through rose tinted filters
The danger of normality
It’s no secret that young people are incredibly impressionable, especially young girls. With the growing dominance of social media in young people’s lives, influencers need to recognise this as they are a big part of young people’s lives. These photoshopped images have a lasting impression on young people, they see these images and perceive them as normal.
Contempt of freedom of expression
Our constitution guarantees that we have a right to freely express our convictions and opinions.