Online hacker organisation, Anonymous, supposedly hacked the Facebook page of Westboro Baptist Church with messages of love after church members threatened to protest and picket at funerals of victims of the Boston marathon bombings.
Since its launch back in 2004, Facebook, like many other social networking sites, has gone through various changes. And yes folks, another Facebook timeline change is on its way!
On Sunday January 27 in Dublin city, two gay men were harassed and then attacked by a homophobic employee of a Spar store located adjacent from two of the biggest LGBT nightclubs in the country.
Three cheers for Giovanna Plowman – the girl who showed us we can clean up our period mess, have lunch and get famous in two simple moves: a yank and a suck. (She’s totally the first person to do that.) Yes, she sucked on her used tampon on camera to the soundtrack with lyrics saying “I guess that cunt’s getting eaten.” Oh and if you say it’s a fake, YOU’RE the one that has something wrong with you.
The recent death of Junior Minster Shane McEntee has propelled Irish Government leaders to investigate the area of cyber bullying. A report is due to be conducted by a special meeting of the Oireachtas Committee on Transport and Communications to investigate the influence of social media websites such as Facebook and Twitter.
Getting sick of your reality? Don’t worry; welcome to the first completely anonymous social networking site!
In my twenty-three years I have developed a shock-proof shield. Very few things penetrate it, until a month ago in October. I discovered someone was posting on twitter and thejournal.ie using my picture. A different name, but same picture: identity theft. We all know a picture tells a thousand words; well this was screaming at me.
YouTube has been named students’ most ‘loved’ brand of 2012, with Jagermeister, Durex and Facebook failing to make the top ten.
Some of you may remember our previous article about a man who finally stood up to Bodyform and their unrealistic representation of periods. Well Bodyform, in a bold and hilarious move, have responded with this video! What do you think about this slightly quirky online advertising campaign? Do you think they’ll get more customers from the student population by responding to complaints this way? Image: Still from Video
Universities Condemn Sexist Student Website Queens University and the University of Ulster have condemned a Facebook page which posts photos of Belfast women walking home after a night out.
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