Posts Tagged ‘Social Media’
Tags: 2016 Presidential Race, Bernie Sanders, Democrats, Electoral Fraud, Hillary Clinton, Kentucky, Rigged Election, Social Media, Susan Sarandon
Tags: art, Donald Trump, Facebook, Illma Gore, Social Media, Society, Trump Mania
Meet artist and painter Illma Gore.
Tags: Artificial Intelligence, Chat-Bot, Chatbot, Internet, Racism, Robotics, Social Media, Social morality, Society, Tay, Technology, Trolling, Twitter
If ever proof were needed that we inhabit an increasingly toxic, divisive climate, and that the modern arena of social media is awash in negativity, hatred and quick-fire BS of an insidious nature, then the incredibly brief saga of Microsoft’s short-lived ‘AI Chat-Bot’ serves as both an amusing and somewhat depressing reminder.
Tags: Daniel Fleetwood, Episode VII, Good News stories, Social Media, Star Wars, The Force Awakens
Actually it could be story of the year. This is one of those stories that just breaks your heart a little.
Tags: Facebook, Facebook Malware, Facebook Security Download, Internet surveillence, Kapersky Lab, Malware, McAfee Scan and Repair, NSA Surveillence, Social Media, Surveillance, Surveillance Software, Trojan Software
If any of you out there are Facebook users, I thought I should warn you about something.
It’s a problem you might not have encountered yet, but may do in the future.
Tags: Eastern Ukraine, Europe, Fake Social Media, False flag, Flight 370 theories, Flight MH17, Flight MH17 Evidence, Flight MH17 Facts, Geo-politics, Iran Airflight 655, Malaysian Airlines Flight 370, Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17, MH 370, MH17 Conspiracy Theories, MH17 Theories, MH370 Theories, NATO, Operation Northwoods, Propaganda, Russia, Russian Separatists, Shooting Down of Flight MH-17, Social Media, Ukraine, Ukraine air crash, Ukraine Crisis, Vladimir Putin
It has been a year now to the day since Malaysia Airlines Flight MH-17 was brought down over Donetsk in Eastern Ukraine.
A scheduled international passenger flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, it was allegedly shot down by Russian-backed rebels – this being the story still maintained by the mainstream Western media today. 283 passengers and 15 crew were on board. But the truth about MH-17 has not yet been established, despite what Western government officials and media want us to believe. This post will highlight again some of what the mainstream media coverage won’t.
A warning: this post contains at least one distressing image.
Tags: Activism, Activists, Arab Spring, Corporataucracy, Corporatism, Fake Social Media, Libya, Libyan Revolution, Micah White, Naomi Wolf, Occupy, Occupy Movement, Occupy Wall Street, Protest, Protest Movements, Social Media, Society, Syria, The End of Protest
On 17th September 2011, Occupy Wall Street gained enormous worldwide media coverage. The people were revolting against the corporate control over society, against the criminal bankers and their vassal government officials, against injustice and inequality.
It felt like, and could’ve been, a defining moment of a generation; it could’ve been world-changing.
Tags: Cyber Bullying, Facebook bullying, Internet censorship, Natasha MacBride, Social Decline, Social Media, Social morality, Trolling, Twitter, Twitter trolls
A recurring theme in news items and print journalism in recent years has been the issue of accountability of on-line commentators and the underlying question of whether it’s a good or bad thing that we now live in a world where everyone has the platform to express their uncensored views and act as social commentator.
Accompanying this are issues of regulating the internet, with legal action being taken more and more in recent months against, for example, people on Twitter. Issues of freedom of speech, etc, obviously crop up here too. At what point does an opinion become a ‘crime’? Should an opinion ever be thought of as a ‘crime’? And at what point does the ‘right to offend’ cross some kind of unacceptable boundary – and who defines what that boundary is?